Do You Know that Some Fish Species, Just Like Dogs and Cats, Also Want Cuddles?

You must have already observed it, how many kinds of pets like to cuddle.

Dogs are likely the first to come to your mind. They are such naturals, always wanting to please their owners and to feel they are loved in return. And their most preferred expression of that love is through cuddles.

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Small dogs, such as Shih Tzus, Pomeranians, Maltese, Bichon Frises, and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, which were bred to be lovable, are especially drawn to cuddles.

And then, there are the mystical, domestic felines who are so affectionate one minute and aloof the next. But, really, there are cat breeds that are not so fickle-hearted like their relatives, such as the Siamese cat, Persian, Ragdoll, Sphynx, and Birman.

Photo: YouTube/Waggle TV

The next pets that are a delight to cuddle and who love being cuddled are rabbits. You can almost feel their soft fur and carrot-smelling breath. Some rabbits are more affectionate than others, just in case you want more hugs to brighten every day of your life. Himalayan, Netherland Dwarf, Lionhead, Rex, and English Lop are great choices.

When it comes to birds, you’ll be especially delighted with parrots. They like human interactions, particularly the cockatoos, lovebirds, cockatiels, and budgies. In fact, they thrive on affection; that’s why you really have to set time for showering them with love.

But do you know that there are underwater creatures that long for cuddles too?

This video will make you smile and feel more appreciative of animals you didn’t think of before as sentient beings. Indeed, it’s good to see that this diver was quick to realize that the creature who swam toward him needed some love.

Watch the two of them and get amazed by how much every one of us, every living thing, need one another!

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