Have you known that January 6 is considered National Cuddle Up Day? If not you missed your chance.
It’s a day for cuddling with someone you want to be close to being it a human or a pet. Cuddling helps to release oxytocin. The hormone reduces heart disease and lowers blood pressure, stress, and anxiety.
But even on this special day, our pets get the lion’s share of attention. Especially dogs are waiting for a hug from their lovely owners eagerly. Scientists have proven that especially these 16 breeds are known for their affectionate natures.
Though cats are known for their skittish behavior sometimes they want to cuddle too. Assembled by Webbox there are also cat breeds that want to snuggle. In the feline wor,ld the snuggling kings and queens are Ragdolls, Abyssinians, Maine coons, Burmese, Sphynx kitties, the Cornish Rex and Scottish Fold, as well as Himalayans and Siamese.
But the lists of cats and dogs don’t put an end to the affectionate .animals in teh world. Various pet species like to snuggle too. Bunnies, rabits, qsuirrels and many many other species will wait for you to come home and cuddle with themwhich is important not only for them but also for you.