Why do Pets enjoy the company of their owners?
And how can you really be sure?
Animals follow the Natural order ... If you feed them, they will be grateful ... If you love them, they will be Loyal ... If you enjoy their company, they will enjoy yours in return.
They wanna be apart of the pack. Who would wanna be left alone beside a snake or fish?
I agree with Shahid and Sara and I often wonder at the marvel of how an animal enjoys human company and vise versa. I enjoy my cat waiting for me to wake up and watching as he makes his way over to me from the window sill to greet me into a new day. It is always a special moment and a great start to the day when we quietly greet and appreciate each other!
Because we are their family and our dogs and cats feel comfortable and secure around us.
I would love to think that it is because my cats love me, but I am certain it is because I bring them food. They definitely sit on Hubby for love and snuggles, but with me they just sit expectantly next to their food bowls!
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