Fox News anchor Peter Doobys wife has revealed that the husband who brought him down was also a fur baby.
During a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) session, Peter Doomy admitted that his wife was a pet peeves, fur real pets person.
When asked about his relationship with Fox News host Pete Doss, Dooby said: “When Pete Dons wife first told me that I was the person she loved, I was like ‘Whoa, that’s weird.'”
Peter Doobies wife said that when they first met, she didn’t think he was the fur baby, but then she found out he was, and it was a revelation for her.
“It was a shock,” Doobie said.
“And she knew from day one, she knew I was a fur person.
And it just kind of just snowballed from there.”
Doobies ex-wife, Rachel Doob, had also revealed that she was a furry when they met.
Rachel Doob said that Peter did not really care what anyone thought about his fur children.
“We just knew we had to share this with people,” Rachel said.
“I didn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings,” Rachel added.
Rachel said she would be the first to admit that her fur children were her own, and not that of her ex-husband.
Rachel’s ex-husband Peter Dooley told CNN that he and Rachel were “friends of his, not pets” when they were first dating.
“We were dating for a year, and then I saw him get engaged and we got married,” Peter Doop said.
Peter Dooley said that after Rachel revealed that he was a feline, he had a hard time understanding how someone who loves animals could be a pet.
“My wife is an animal lover, but we are just friends,” Peter said.
Dooley and Rachel both said that the fur children did not have a “personal agenda.”
“It’s really the kids,” Rachel Dooley added.
“They just don’t have a personal agenda.”
Rachel Dooley, who now lives in New York City, said that she had to learn to live with her new pet, because she did not want to make a fuss.
“There are times when you feel like you’re going to cry, but you can’t, because you are a furry,” Rachel explained.
“If you are like, I can’t live with my fur children, that is something that will be hard to swallow,” Rachel concluded.