25 May 08:30
Friends & family
I’ve noticed dogs and cats come to me and lay to my P-spots that are warm. Do they just like the warmth? Why do they do that? It feels like it is naturall.
Do you have the same experience with pets?
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25 May 08:54
My old gsd would home in on areas that bled and start licking them. I thought, if I die at home, you're so going to eat me.
25 May 09:44
It must have been great to have gsd-friend taking care of your wounds.
25 May 10:19
My family then myself have always had gsds. My last one was the best I ever had, a rescue dog too.
25 May 14:52
Wow I've heard of animals doing this with other health issues but never with psoriasis. Although why not I suppose! That is very sweet. Maybe they are trying to heal you in their way.
25 May 23:26
I’m going through a huge flare up at the moment and my cat Trinny never leaves my side. She has taken to sleeping on my chest and she has never done that before! This is interesting, my girl is 10 years old so it’s been interesting watching her become so cuddly 😍
26 May 12:52
well millionways, i have a pet thats very close to me all the time, can look a little like a lizard from time to time, hes a good boy :)
27 May 12:07
My cats stay with me when I'm not well ... my old cat used to lick my P wounds when they were really bad ..I thought he liked to taste of the cream .but then when he died the younger cat took over ...washing me and took to lying across the worst leg 😀not a great thing as I get cat hair stuck to my P and he gets all greasy ...🐈
27 May 12:10
Animals are so intuitive when humans are struggling both physically and mentally .. I wouldn't be without them in my life
27 May 12:11
They must know when we're ill. A friend of mine takes really bad two or three day migraines, all he can do is lay on his bed in the dark. Every time this happens, one of his cats will lay curled up beside him, only moving to pee, eat and stretch her legs round the house for ten minutes.
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