My cat yells loudly when a boiling kettle whistles in the kitchen.
Her help in creating in me a feeling of tenderness and awe for her beauty is also invaluable.
Every morning the dog warns that it's time to go outside, because if you don't take it out right now, at this very moment, then you should expect a puddle at the door, and obviously not from the rain.
Every morning at five in the morning, like an alarm clock, one of the restless brothers of cats falls on his head. Bites and gnaws on fingers. Afraid that I will oversleep an extra few hours. Five in the morning it is so important not to sleep at this time. And having woken up, calmly goes to bed. Mission accomplished.
Help and warn, and every day. In just a few minutes, a half-breed terrier will come up to me and poke at my knees, reminding me that the time is 22 hours and it's time to walk, even if I type the answer for you, she doesn't care, a rare obstinate. The Belgian Shepherd Dog warns me about strangers in the vicinity and is never wrong. A mongrel tricolor cat regularly reminds me of the need to feed her (a completely shameless cattle, she is not afraid of a shepherd dog, thank God she is a little afraid of the semi-terrier, otherwise she would even sit on her head) and parrots remind me of the coming of spring, it's time to fasten the bath and nest. This whole company helps me regularly tear the lawn to shreds but digs up a mole. It helps a lot to clarify to the guest my attitude towards him, even if I carefully hide it. In a matter of seconds, the dogs can tear their shoes without a command, and the cat bit the precinct's knee)) Only the fish are silent and do not warn me about anything.