A pet can stay with a child when parents are not at home, keep he or she happy, and foster the child's love for live.
Because the pet will give them unconditional love, be there to tell their troubles too when no one else will listen or they want to make sure it stays a secret. They help teach them responsibility, the ability to care and share with another, and how giving can be a greater task than receiving.
Just wrote a hub about lessons learned from pets http://charlu.hubpages.com/hub/Life-Les … ng-of-Life
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