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Do you ever wonder if single pets get bored when they're home alone all day? Sure, you could set up a camera to watch what they do, but thanks to Pets Add Life (PAL), you don't have to. They asked a bird, a cat, and, our favorite, a very excited dog, whether they like being home alone all day, and the answers are the best thing we've seen on the Internet in — well, at least a few days. Really.
Considering the mission of PAL is to encourage multi-pet ownership (after all, those who already own a pet are likely to love animals enough to adopt another one), it's no surprise that the animals who were interviewed were definitely in favor of having a friend around. But the way they get their points across? You don't want to miss it.
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