Floofword

Floofword (floofinition) 1. Human words which animals seem to understand or know.

In use: “Animals often quickly pick up floofwords like ‘no’, ‘stop’, ‘food’, ‘treat’, and ‘walk’, but will frequently demonstrate selective comprehension.”

2. Command or order issued by an animal.

In use: “When she went to get out of bed, the dog said, “Ermerumphf,” his floofword which meant, ‘Stop moving around, peasant’.”

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  1. Atlas has a huge floof vocabulary, although most of it revolves around food. He also recognizes people’s names, especially Nanna, Poppa, and the name of my daughter’s boyfriend, and if you mention any of them, he starts barking with excitement, thinking they’re coming to the door!

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