Think of a place where people are out all day, having fun with their friends, and walking their pets. I think that kids should be able to have the choice whether or not they want a pet. Dogs, cats, and birds are all loving and caring companions. Here are some ways to contribute to a healthier, happier life for kids and adults.
Don’t you want kids to be responsible and grown up? Pets teach them how to take care of something by themselves. It teaches them responsibility, independence, and bravery. It gives them a routine, and lets them practice taking care of something regularly. Give kids a chance to change their own lives.
Imagine a chocolate brown puppy licking your face, pushing you flat on your back, as you smile and laugh. Pets give us a companion to love when parents are gone, and a friend to hold, or cry on when you’re feeling sad. It might even give you pet a home. Was your pet from a shelter? Imagine a world WITHOUT pets. What would that be like?
Kids should be allowed to take care of a pet! Dogs need walking, and you can exercise kids while exercising your pet. If you get a pet that doesn’t need walking, like a fish, or a mouse, it can still be useful. Kids get practice by feeding it, and caring for it every day. It can also be good for the environment. Instead of getting riven to school, kids might want to walk to school, so they can take their pet for a walk. Here’s YOUE chance to make the world a better place.
Some people may say that pets are a nuisance, and take up time and money, but I disagree. I think they teach us skills we will need in the long run. Yes, sometimes they can be a pain, but I think that in this case, the good outweighs the bad.
Now you see that pets keep kids company, give them love, and some even keep tem active. Did you know over 90% of the world wants a pet as a companion? Like they say, a dog is a man’s best friend, and all pets are a kid’s best friend. If kids want pets, give them a chance.