Pet toys often have a short life span, because even though they are so attached to them, they just can't help but destroy them from time to time. Sometimes they just get dirty so they need to be washed.
These toys often have emotional value so you can't just throw them away and buy new ones. That's why these pet owners decided to fix or wash their pets' toys instead of replacing them.
The pets in the posts below are so attached to their toys that they felt compelled to supervise their humans while they were performing surgery on their beloved toys.
He's making sure that it's safe
He's so happy that grandma is fixing his toy
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"Waiting for toys to dry"
"Today, I spent an hour fixing Newton's favorite toys. He hasn't played with either since"
"My terrier mix waiting while I fix her favorite dog toy. Again."
"My 7yr old girl that I rescued 4 years ago waiting ever so patiently for my 79yr old Grandma to fix one of her favorite toys. <3"
"Waiting for mom to finish fixing their toy"
"Boomer is nervously waiting for me to fix his favorite toy"
"Dog patiently waiting for his favorite toy to be fixed."
"To the dad fixing the pupper's first toy, this was us yesterday."
"His favourite toy broke and this was he expression until I had fixed it"
"Dexter patiently waiting for his toy to get fixed"
"Cat is patiently waiting for toy repair"
"Good girl waiting for Dad to fix her favorite toy"