Today's social dilemma came about after a conversation in our break room yesterday. Santa does this every year for our pets, Leo our dog, and Jackson and Sammy, our cats. He brings them Christmas presents. And along with Santa, we give our babies Christmas presents too. Sometimes it's their favorite treats, other times it a new food bowl, or new toys to play with but every year there are gifts under the tree our our pets. Some people here at the office said that's going over the top to ask Santa for gifts for the pets. They thought the pets are fine all year so they don't need anything else. I disagree. Santa always answers our hopes for gifts for them and they always love whatever they get. Here's the question. Do you buy your pet a Christmas gift? Or do you ask Santa to leave a gift for your dog, cat, ferret, whatever under the tree? Of course, there were people yesterday who were mocking in good fun and laughing at the silliness of it all. I don't think it's silly at all. So simple social dilemma today. Do you buy your pet a Christmas gift, or does Santa bring them a gift, or do you think it's silly to include them on your list? Let me know what you think on the TRY Facebook page.
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