The Secret Life Of Pets

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Have you ever wondered what your pets do when you are not at home? Ever wondered what your cat’s curiosity leads them to? Ever wondered what your dog is going to bark at next? Maybe, when you’re gone from your house, your cat chases after flies. But there might be more to that.

When you leave, your dog might learn to open doors, get into the trash, and ask the cat, IN ENGLISH, if she wanted to lick an empty tuna can. However, the pets don’t talk when you are at home, because they don’t want you to know that they CAN talk…

Maybe the two cats, that you have to separate because they fight, found a way to get together and play cards. They just pretend to fight because they don’t want you to know that they love each other…

Maybe, your three weasels make a ladder to get to the fridge, and that’s why your fish and chips vanish suddenly…

Your mouse might ask your fish, in Jamaican (you never know), to open the cage, and the fish replies, in Russian (it’s a crazy world), that he can’t because he lives in a bowl. But somehow they can understand each other because they taught each other those languages…

Your tasmanian devil (why you ask? Because why not) might get out of its cage and play tic-tac-toe with a fly that it made friends with the night before…

Your parakeet might play Mario Kart on your Nintendo with your parrot, and that explains why you come home to your parakeet crying and your parrot bobbing up and down like he is doing a victory dance….

Well, this might explain why your crazy house of pets looks like a zoo when you come back in from the car after 10 short minutes.