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Move over, "me-ternity" leave. Now, some pet owners are getting their own version of paid family leave.

Several companies in the United Kingdom are offering employees paid time off to care for their four-legged friends.

 The U.S. pet-insurance provider Petplan found that nearly five percent of pet owners in the U.K. were offered several days of "paw-ternity" leave, Fox 5 reported.

Apparently, these days may be used when a pet is sick or a new furry family member is brought home.

The social media reaction to "paw-ternity" leave has been decidedly mixed:

Watch the "Fox and Friends First" report above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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