“We are guilty of loving our pets too much and killing them with calories,” Weinstein says.
But what if Fido and Fluffy really are lonely? What if they really are sad? Joan Ranquet, animal communicator (yes, it’s a job) and author of “Communication With All Life,” is the person I turned to, thinking she would tell me about how the animals tell her they are distraught over our absence.
Nope. She agrees with Weinstein.
“We associate love with offering treats. If we feel guilty about being at work all day, we overfeed rather than going for a walk. Besides, so many Americans don’t have healthy lifestyles to begin with, so why wouldn’t we just lay on the couch together?”
Read the full article at: Orange County Register: Fat pets often share homes with overweight owners