A Pet is A Pet

A Pet is A Pet

Care for the Pets not Scar them

When you enter our house from the front gate and you’re a total stranger, better be careful, because loud repeated barks are going to harass your ears out. If you follow the sound of the bark you’ll find ‘Ericka’, the pet dog of my grandfather. There’s only one pet in the house and it’s not mine. I’ve always frantically longed to have my own pet, but my mother won’t allow it, she says animals are animals and she doesn’t want an animal on our house.
In my own view, animals are still living beings, they breathe, they feel joy, anger, sadness and they also get hurt. They’ll seem dangerous at first but once you get to know them, they’re a terrific bunch to be with. How did I know? Well I experienced the love of pets to their owners at the house of a close friend of mine. They have more than two cats, they also experienced taking care of birds, rabbit and dogs. Her mother practically treated those pets as one of her own. Instead of letting them feel like a Pet, she made them feel like their human. She talks to them, caress and hugs them and more importantly she feed all of them right. Pets are animals you take care of, that’s why it is simply disappointing seeing news and videos of people abusing their own pets. It boils my blood to see those types of people. Pets are taken in because you’re supposed to take care of them and not just for having fun.
In movies, the death of a dog appeals a bit more touching to the viewers than seeing people die. Though it seems unbelievable, it’s kind of a truth you may notice while watching a movie. Pets are like us, they just want to be taken care of and they just want to live. Be good to them and they’ll also be good to you. Do you believe that animals can smell who is kind and who is not? Well, you better believe it, because Pets may take their revenge on you without proper care.

Copyright (C)2017A Pet is A Pet.All rights reserved.