1. We think of our dogs as our children. We identify as dog-moms and dog-dads. We are dog parents, and our parents are dog-grandparents. Our siblings are dog-aunts and uncles, and even our friends are dog-godparents. We love our dogs, and they are as much a part of our family as any human is.
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She suggested apps could display messages such as: “Get to know the person, not the profile,” when users enter them, warning of the many fake accounts that exist across the various sites. Ms Sawyers admitted there was still a “stigma” surrounding the reporting of crimes stemming from gay dating