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Sitting idly in a lonely corner, a fuzzy quadruped lying his
head on your lap, blissfully at peace with the world around. What
is it that makes animals so endearing to us? Their large eyes deep
Sitting idly in a lonely corner, a fuzzy quadruped lying his head on your lap, blissfully at peace with the world around. What is it that makes animals so endearing to us? Their large eyes deep with emotions untold, their soft fur offering no resistance to our fingers slowly traversing their ridged backs, their dimpled paws resting lightly on any ground they claim their own.
I often wonder how they feel about us, large, clumsy, noisy humans bossing around.
A lovable little canine munchkin happens to be part of my family, and I confess I can never get enough of his adorable face with its drooping ears and lolling pink tongue. Hes as likely to trip you over as greet you with a tail going fifty miles an hour. Its the little things, his paws twitching involuntarily as he sleeps a slumber laden with little creatures to chase, or the way he rests his head between his paws constantly begging for more food.
It makes me shudder to think of those that go around tormenting animals, brutally ill-treating them for no fault of their own. Then there are those that think no more of these creatures as vague aesthetics for Instagram photos followed by a dozen heart emojis. They cart in puppies and kittens bred by the best and once they grow over their tiny cuddle phase, the masters leave them out in the wild to fend for themselves. Its a cold blooded monstrosity that can abandon a life, one that has revolved around them.
Animals are so much more than what theyre generally credited with, more than just a pretty face if you will. They feel as you and I do, except thoughts that are so much more pure.