Owning a pet is great! Spending days with this cute ball of fur that loves you with all their heart – doesn’t it sound just amazing? However, you should be ready that your private life will never be same anymore. Being a cat or dog owner and dating someone at the same time might be hard. Here are 5 ways of how owning a pet will affect your dating and sex life and what to do about it.
You will have less dating time
Owning a pet is a huge responsibility. It doesn’t mean that you won’t have a life anymore, but you’d be definitely cutting off some of your old habits. For example, it’s less likely that you’d be staying out all night or go to the countryside and leave your cat or dog alone for a few days. It also includes your dating time. Being responsible for a pet means that you’d be less flexible with your dates, which could cause some troubles finding a partner.
You will get a date easier
Having a pet gives you a lot of pros in terms of finding a date. First, you instantly get a common interest with someone who is a pet lover. And second, if you are going out with your pet, you’ll most definitely get a lot of attention, which could be a great way to start a conversation and meet someone special.
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You will have less sex
Your adorable fluff-ball may decide the perfect time to nuzzle is when things are starting to get frisky. Be sure to remember that no matter how much you love your pet, putting your priorities down is never a solution. Find the ways to keep your pet busy and keep your bedroom locked to make sure no one will interrupt your precious time together.
You will have more common interests with your partner
Owning a cat or a dog together with your partner is not only a common interest but also a common responsibility for you two, which helps you to bond even better. Owning a pet together with your loved one will actually make your relationship more funny and exciting.
You will have to deal with double jealousy
You think your partner may be jealous sometimes? Well, now you’ll have to deal with double jealousy from your partner and your pet.
Yes, you’ve heard it right. Your fluffy baby is not ready to share your attention with another person. Of course, you should give both your partner and your pet some time to get to know each other. Don’t worry, when the time pass, the situation will get better. Until then, you’ll have to be very patient and settle this situation between your two loved ones.
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