Puppy Luggage

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Getting ready for a new holiday is always an exciting time. 

But while travellers are delighted at the prospect of a couple of weeks drinking sangria on the beach, their pets are often less than impressed about being left behind.

Often, cats and dogs aren’t afraid to make their feelings known about the fact their mum or dad is leaving them for some fun in the sun.  

Animal lovers have been sharing pictures online of their pets reacting to them packing a suitcase. 

In these pictures, the furry creatures are seen looking deeply hurt – or hiding in the luggage in a vain attempt to be taken on the journey.

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This cat is hoping their owner will take them on the holiday by hiding in their suitcase 
This cat is hoping their owner will take them on the holiday by hiding in their suitcase

This sad dog is hoping their owner will stop packing if it just sits on the clothes for long enough 
This sad dog is hoping their owner will stop packing if it just sits on the clothes for long enough
This diversion tactic has the dual effect of preventing the owner from packing and also covering their clothes in pet hairs if they do eventually leave
This diversion tactic has the dual effect of preventing the owner from packing and also covering their clothes in pet hairs if they do eventually leave
This dog is refusing to say goodbye to its owner as they leave for a holiday 
This dog is refusing to say goodbye to its owner as they leave for a holiday

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