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February 14 isn’t just a day to shower the special human in your life with chocolates and roses. It's also important to do something special for the one member in your family who loves you unconditionally — your pet.
In honor of how much we love all things furry, feathered and four-legged, we rounded up our favorite cats and dogs celebrating Valentine’s Day.
Take a cue from this romantic kitty this Valentine’s Day: Nothing says “I love you” like a simple handwritten, homemade card.
D Sharon Pruitt, Flickr
If a rose-petal-covered puppy doesn’t melt your heart, then we don’t know what will.
“Oh, won’t you be my valentine?” Of course! How could you say no to this face?
Jacquie Roberts via Facebook
Ellie and Rex share a Valentine’s Day snuggle. What a heartwarming moment.
We wonder if this tuxedoed feline got those gorgeous red roses from a secret admirer.
Stanley is ready for his big date tonight. He plans to woo his lucky lady with kibble — and if the date’s really going well, he’ll break out the rawhide chews.
It looks like love is in the air for these cozy kitties.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, but no one ever explained what makes it glow brighter.
Patch plans to give a rose and a big lick on the lips to all the sweethearts in his life.
Magic Madzik, Flickr
Fluffy literally wears her heart on her sleeve — and she doesn’t care who knows it.
Logan unleashed his inner Ryan Gosling to create this adorable “hey girl” valentine.
Blueberry loves Valentine’s Day so much that she’s wearing her festive pink bow for the entire month of February.
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