I love pets.
Just in case you were wondering, I have the nicest fish tank this side of the Mississippi. They are perfect for me, I feed them, they relax.
Some people want a bit more interaction from their pets though. Say hello to Lynn and Tony Everett, who have 40 dogs in their home.
That's right, 40.
Oddity Central reports that the Everetts have 24 French bulldogs, ten miniature bull terriers, four Chihuahuas and three Chinese cresteds. Yes, taking care of them is a full-time job:
"Walking the dogs is like a military operation, with over 120 poop scoops. They spend two hours a day preparing meals for the dogs, and it costs them about $46,000 a year in dog food, pet accessories, and vet bills. But they love every minute they get to spend with their dogs, and wouldn’t have it any other way."
“Feeding time takes two hours, there are 41 dinners to prepare and 41 bowls to wash after,” Lynn said. “I have to remember who eats what as some have beef and the other have chicken. You have to be there when they’re eating so they don’t argue.”
I'm amazed that this couple finds the time (and is willing to shell out the resources) to make this happen. Is 40 plus dogs in one house overboard to you?