9 Reasons You Should Get Yourself A Husky

9 Reasons You Should Get Yourself A Husky

Cause let's be real, huskies are the best dogs.

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1. They are so fluffy

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All the fluff cuddles!

2. They are adventurous

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Huskies love to walk and run. They are perfect for people who hike a lot!

3. Huskies are loyal

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Huskies love their owners and are very attached to the people and other animals they see.

4. They are good travelers

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They tend to have good stamina so they are always up for a long road trip with a walk at the end.

5. They love being outside

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Huskies love to be outside in cool weather. They enjoy their time outside and can't seem to get enough.

6. Look at those eyes 

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7. They're smart

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They are very smart. Huskies can learn to sass their owners back and recognize their own kind.

8. They play well with others.

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Huskies love their furry siblings. They like to play with their friends.

They are relaxed

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Despite how high energy and expressive they are, they love to chill and relax at the end of the day with their humans.

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Top 10 Cutest Cat Breeds

These cat breeds are super cute and underrated.
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It seems that the only breeds anyone can actually recognize are those of dogs, cats really don't get enough recognition. There is just as much of a variety of cat breeds as there are of dog breeds, almost anyway, and they deserve love and recognition as well. So, here are the top 10 cat breeds I've deemed as the absolute cutest!

1. Exotic Persian

Exotic Persian cats are one of the cutest breeds in my opinion. Theses are the squished faced cats. The cats that perpetually look grumpy and disappointed. They're also super high-maintenance and believe you're supposed to cater to their every whim. Which, to be fair, you are.

2. Scottish Fold

Scootish Folds are super adorable because they're very unique. They're ears fold over, making them always appear to be begging you for something. They also always look a little bit sad, which, of course, only makes you love them more.

3. Himalayan

Himalayan cats are just magnificent and so prestigious. These cats are fluffy, deserve the best, and expect nothing but the best.

4. British Shorthair

I'm not sure what it is about these cats that makes them so adorable, but my roommate has tried to describe them as "fat and sassy." - Delaney Pulice. She's not wrong. They're pretty chubby and look like they're just a little bit too good for you. In all honesty, what cat isn't too good for us?

5. Maine Coon

These cats are particularly wonderful because they can be giant. I mean, giant. These cats can grown into the sizes of large dogs, which, of course, if everything we could all ever ask for in a cat. Who wouldn't want a giant cat that could probably double as a pillow?

6. Persian

These cats are only a little bit different from Exotic Persians, but there's a difference. Persians tend to have less squished face than Exotics, but every cat is different. The one above is a Silver Persian. He had to eat his food off of a plate because his flat face couldn't fit in a cat food bowl.

7. Munchkin

These tiny little guys never really grow much. Their legs are perpetually short and stubby, making them the ideal cats, because, if you had a choice, wouldn't you want your cat to be either giant like a Maine Coon or tiny like a Munchkin cat? Of course you would.

8. Siberian

These cats are just generally beautiful. They have long, shiny, fluffy coats and are just pretty cats. Plus, they look super cuddly, like they might purr for hours if you brushed them.

9. British Longhair

Another just simply beautiful cat. When you see those posts online that say "This cat is prettier than I am," yeah, that's these cats. They have long, soft coats as well that they like to keep clean. And as all cats do, they look like they're just a little bit above us and we have to cater to them.

10. Ragdoll

Finally, we have Ragdoll cats. These cats look a bit like fluffier Siamese cats. Which, let's face it, Siamese cats aren't necessarily the cutest. However, if you just add a lot of fluff, because the fluffier the better, they become much cuter.

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4 Ways To Get A Pet In College Without Actually Getting A Pet

Because a pet is a long-term commitment.

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Having a pet in college can be a pain, but it's hard not to miss our furry friends. Many college students simply don't have the time, live in tiny apartments or can't afford to take care of one. Instead of feeling the pet blues, try these four things so you can feel like you have a pet!

1. Volunteer at the humane society

Almost every town has one, and they almost always need help. This is also a great way to get volunteer hours for organizations or school. By volunteering, you are helping others who are ready for a pet, and helping numerous animals find a furever home!

2. Foster

This is a risky method considering you might fall in love with the animal. However if you can handle the re-homing process it could be a great option for you! It can be a short term commitment that can prepare an animal for its family, and help overcrowding in local shelters.

3. Pet sit

This is a great way to spend time with animals, and not have to have the long term commitment. Its also a great way to earn extra cash!

4. Join local and school organizations

You would be surprised how many organizations exist involving animals. From organizations involving therapy animals, to foster and adoption matching, animal rights and more! Another great way to get involved is have organizations you might already be apart of, partner with local shelters for fundraisers, food drives, and adoption events!

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