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Pets are an absolute blessing for humans. They can cheer you up when you’re feeling sad or come home tired from work. It happens to everyone, but then you open the door and meet that little ball of fur that just emanates love and happiness Animals are more intelligent than we think. And I claim that both my dog and my cat realize when I’m happy or sad. That’s how it feels, at least to me. They’re also best friends and seem to understand and care about each other. However, the question is what does it says about yourself if you are a pet owner. I’ve never really thought about that, I’ll admit – but earlier today I encountered research that shows that most people who like cats, in general, are very intelligent.…
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