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Okay, this is just weird.
I recently found an article that I enjoyed called “Is My Pet Gay?”
It was written by a veterinarian I was already familiar with on the Doolittler site, so I like that the information was from a credible source.
The article raised some interesting points, and I wanted to share it with you all here.
Read it now. It’s quite interesting.
The Gay Pet Meter
Then I thought I’d try to find some other support material, as well.
Who knew I’d find this?…
It’s a test to determine just how gay your pet is (or isn’t).
You can try the Pet-O-Meter test to find out if your pet is “playing it straight or chasing a different type of tail.”
As it turns out, my dog Tenor is 43% gay. Which (I think) is good… not too gay, not too straight.
More Fun Stuff For Gay Pets & Their Owners
Is Your Dog Gay?” (a book by by Charles Kreloff & Patty Brown)
F.A.G. pet shampoo review (F.A.G. = “Fabulous And Gay”)
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