28 April 2017

 - Because the lifespans of most companion animals are so short, in homes with children, youngsters can be witnesses to the circle of life — the birth, life and death of a family pet.

A recent research project examined the reactions, ideas, and feelings of children when they lose a pet.
Pets Are More Than 'Just Animals' to the Children Who Love Them

The researcher concluded that pets are more than "just animals" to kids. Russell conducted one-on-one interviews with 12 youngsters between the ages of 6 and 13.

"They often see themselves as the center of their pets' affections," says Russell. "They describe their pets as siblings or best friends with whom they have strong connections."

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