How to pet your pet

To pet a cat correctly, you must have enormous experience, skill and dexterity. To develop this process, you must first learn the technique, master it and acquire a certain level of experience to execute it. And if you do it wrong, things can end up like this:

Cat throwing boy in Pool

And the most tragic thing is that each animal behaves differently, each species of pet seems to have specific areas where they like to be petted. Below, we present a series of illustrations that serve as a guide to know where to pet pets.


If you want to be safe with a cat, just pet its head and upper torso, forget about other areas, it can be dangerous.

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Dogs are not very fond of having their tails petted (unlike other species):

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And it’s useless to try to pet a ghost dog, it just doesn’t work:

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Rabbits love to be petted on the ears.

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With hedgehogs you should go little by little.

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Yes, people raising a pig as a pet are rare, but they do exist. Here’s a map of their erogenous zones. Oink!

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We just can’t play with snakes, those things are from the devil.

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Fish are not very interested in being petted, they prefer you to feed them.

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Petting a bear is okay, especially if you’re suicidal.

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If you like weird things, you can try petting insects like bed bugs.

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Chinchillas are the Ned Flanders of the rodent world, they think it’s all great.

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Horses, watch out for their hind thighs, you can get the knockout of your life.

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Unicorns are more accessible.

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Wolverines don’t really like the idea of being petted.

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Wolverine from the X-Men isn’t too keen on the idea either.

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