Right across the world animals and humans share living spaces and environments. Animals can bring joy into your life and can really make you feel better. Whether you’ve had a pet or currently own a pet you’ve probably felt the strong connection and love for your pet. But did you know you may just care about your pet as much as you do for your friends and family? Why you ask? The following are just some of the reasons why people care just as much for pets as they do for other people.
Why Humans Care So Much About Animals
They Don’t Talk Back
Animals are great to have around because they don’t talk back. You have the ability to talk openly with them without the concern of them talking back to you and criticising what you’ve said. This enables humans to form a deep connection for their pets which ultimately makes them a part of the family.
They’re Good Companions And Friends
Pets make for good companions and friends. Dogs are especially great for giving long term companionship. While humans come in and out of your life, your pet will stay with you every step of the way. Pets won’t stop calling you, nor will they stop being there for you when you’ve had a falling out. This is what drives humans to care for pets just as much as other people.
They Don’t Judge
Pets don’t judge you. They won’t judge what you’re wearing, how you look in the day, or whether you’re doing something right or wrong. This means you can do what you need to in the day without your pet telling you you’ve done something wrong or you don’t look your best. Your pet is just happy you’re there for them throughout the day to play, feed, and interact with them.
As you can see there are many ways why you may feel more connected with your pet than you’d ever dreamed of. These are just some of the reasons why you may actually care for your pet the same or even more than other people. Do you own a pet? Are they something special in your life?
About the Author:
Born in Mexico, a country of vivid beauty and colourful people, Cecilia Casillas brings the passion of her country of birth into her current artistic work with pets. Cecilia has painted since childhood, and studied with Mexican painter Paul Achar and Chilean painter Carlos Arias. In 2014, she came to Melbourne to continue refining her artistic skills, and finishing her bachelor’s degree.
Founding Colour Pet Studio in 2014 has allowed her to share her pet painting skills with people from all over the world. She now brings pet owners joy through her painting.