The best pets for depression

The best pets for depression

While pocket pets can provide comfort if you have the space and time for it, a dog or cat is most likely a better pet. These are pets that can really learn and will get used to you better. Since they live longer, they are also likely to make better pets; you won’t find them needing to be replaced as often.

Dogs and cats can often become members of the family, and that’s a very good thing in this case. Having an animal that looks forward to coming home like a dog can be very rewarding. Cats, unless they’re particularly cranky, will also be happy to see you when you come home (unless they’re asleep). Kittens, like most dogs, are especially playful. They will be happy to respond if you suggest a game to play together and sometimes will even approach you with an offer to play.

However, it is important to remember that while you can talk to your pets, they are no substitute for human companionship. They don’t answer. You can tell your dog or cat about your day or tell them how you feel, but they won’t be able to offer any advice. He won’t be able to tell you everything is going to be okay, but he can lick your face. Sometimes that’s all you need.

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