Pets – The Love That Exists Between Pets And Their Owners

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Here is some advice pet advice I shared with a family this week.

I hope you find it helpful.

Pets – The Love That Exists Between Pets And Their Owners

Abraham Lincoln said, “I care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it.” Many a legend has immortalized the love between the pet and the owner. Many novels describe the love and trust that an animal and the owner share. So did many movies.

 You or I have had a pet at some point in our lives and loved our association with it. It is probably one of the purest relationships to experience for anybody.

We talk to our pets, and they listen. They give us unconditional love and await our attention. They amuse us and make us feel good about ourselves. As Samuel Butler famously said, “The great pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with him, and not only will he not scold you, but he will make a fool of himself too.”

After a hard day’s work, the moment your dog runs to you when you are home wipes off the day’s fatigue. There are innumerable incidents where a dog saved his owner, or a cat woke up her owner when there was a fire in the house. Do pets have psychic power? They do. They can understand when you are standing at the door or when you are depressed. Pets fill the void in our lives that no human relationship can fulfill.

Medical research says that seniors who own dogs visit a doctor less than those who do not. It is a proven fact that pet owners have lower blood pressure or that the companionship of a pet helps families and people cope with serious illnesses. Playing with your pet burns up to 250 calories an hour.

There are dogs that assist blind people in their daily lives, and there are dogs that help the police force in their mission to protect people.

But there would probably be fewer people who own a pet because of the reasons mentioned above. People who own pets simply love their pets, and any and every benefit they get because of the association is just a byproduct. And it is true that once a pet lover is always a pet lover.

When a pet passes on, we feel a huge loss that seems incomprehensible. It gets challenging to console the children in the family. Just as a loss of a family member pains us, losing a pet, how much inevitable it might be, seems difficult to cope with. We look for ways to immortalize our lost pets. We must treat the memory of the pet with dignity. That is probably the first step we can take in our grieving process.

Thank you for stopping by the Café. Would you mind sharing this information with someone who could benefit from it? For more pet Tips, Please visit the website at “The cafeBoss.Net.”

Published by cafeboss2503

I am a Retail manager with over 30 years of experience and stories. I started as a shift manager and worked my way up to Regional Management positions. I also enjoy a good cup of Coffee.

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