Pets don't understand daylight saving time

Pets Don't Understand Daylight Savings Time
Pets Don't Understand Daylight Savings Time



The change from daylight saving time can be a rest-filled time for people across the country as every state (except Arizona) adds an extra hour to their day. Many Americans use this extra hour to get some additional shut-eye.

That is, Americans without pets.

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A little terrier made sure his owner woke up and took advantage of her extra hour Sunday.

And a New York Resident's dog barked his owner into joining him for a day at the park.

Dogs weren't the only culprits though. When you're a cat, there's really no better way to make sure your owner takes advantage of their extra hour than to use them as a seat as soon as you wake up.

And although Grumpy Cat probably did not wake anyone up, he still managed to get in on the action.

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