Showing posts with label Cats. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cats. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 6, 2022


                                                                                WRITTEN BY XENA

Domestic cat called Tea with tiger patern collor of fur and big green eyes is looking towards you.
CATS- these beautiful, mysterious, and cunning creatures, have long been a part of our lives, members of our households, and our families. Keeping CATS as PETS dates back to the distant past, long before Christ. As we know, even the ancient Egyptians had CATS for pets 5000 years ago. Moreover, they gave them divine meaning and power (see ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CATS AND MYTHOLOGY). There are records that the relationship between a CAT and a man dates back to the Stone Age. Either way, we can conclude that the relationship between man and CAT is as old as civilization itself. Besides, ancient Egyptian civilizations and other cultures and peoples worshiped CATS. The Japanese considered the CAT a messenger of peace and a symbol of happiness. Hindus also adored CATS and were expected to take care of at least one CAT during their lifetime. Even the Prophet Muhammad, according to legend, was especially fond of CATS. He reportedly cut off his sleeve on which his PET-CAT Muezza slept, so as not to wake her. And some cultures (present-day Thailand and Myanmar) believed that CATS guarded the souls of specially chosen people.

However, history has not always caressed these wonderful creatures.

Thus, for example, in the Middle Ages some religions, including the Christian one, persecuted and killed CATS. Even during the Renaissance, they were burned at the stake because they were associated with witches and evil forces. It was a "dark age" for CATS. But over time (early 17th century) such worldviews were abandoned, as CATS proved to be indispensable in the fight against rodents, which transmitted the plague, and which ravaged Europe. Thus, CATS became an important factor in human life and part of the living community, and at the end of the 19th century, the first CAT exhibitions were opened. CATS make us happy and relaxed, but sometimes they also make us sad. They give us the harmony of life, and "time spent with CATS is never wasted" - Sigmund Freud would say.

Then why do most people resort to DOGS as PETS? The answer to that question, I don’t know, but I can give you good reasons why you’ll want to have a CAT.

Black and white cat with green eyes called Bella is lying on the floor with her paws under her body.
Their relaxing SPINNING will also affect the relaxation of your body, which will reduce your blood pressure, and thus the possibility of a heart attack. So, CATS will reduce your stress with their gentle SPINNING. Contrary to the opinion, that CATS does not attach to humans and are solitary, a Mexican study that showed that they are more relaxed and willing to explore the environment when their owners are in the room. CATS are sociable by nature and express strong social interactions with other ANIMALS and even some DOGS, although there are loners among them as well. However, CATS are individualists, and it is difficult to impose anything on them. They are the ones who decide where and with whom they will spend their time. CATS are curious and active. They enjoy the game, especially with a ball of wool and toys that resemble their prey (stuffed mice or toys with feathers), because they learn to hunt by playing.

CATS can be said to be intelligent creatures because they have a great ability to remember and learn. This is evidenced by the fact that they quickly discover how to get people to do exactly what they want - for example, they respond to their name when it's time for a meal. The memory serves them some useful information, such as the most comfortable place to sleep, favorite food or toy, and the place where their water bowl or their toilet is located.

Russian blue cat with nice copper colored eyes and very mystic look is on the picture.
CATS that live outdoors know the boundaries of their territory well, they remember the CATS that live there, as well as dangerous DOGS. They can easily “solve” problems by associative memory in a way that compares the new problem to the one already experienced. CATS are nocturnal hunters, and their hyperactivity comes to the fore before evening, and they gather the necessary strength during sleep. On average, they sleep 13-14 hours. They are extremely tidy and maintain their own hygiene by licking their fur. Later, they expel the accumulated balls of hair by vomiting, which is preceded by chewing the grass. CATS are very affectionate animals. They like to cuddle with their owner, but only and only when they decide to. They are real sweets, so the very sight of these shaggy balls will fill your heart with love and warmth. They have a very good sense of time. So they can be a great wake-up alarm and will keep bothering you until you get up on time.

The best reason to keep a CAT as a PET is that it does not require much care. Namely, as they are very independent, they only need a little of your attention in the form of a daily dose of cuddling and playing, and providing basic living needs to be happy. They will also fill you with happiness.

Maybe by reading this text, you are one step closer to getting your CAT. If so, then my advice is, “ADOPT, DO NOT BUY!” This will make you do a good deed and you will be more spiritually fulfilled, and that is then a good prerequisite for healthy living in general.

   "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Monday, December 5, 2022



I recently shared with you my personal story of a lifelong unbreakable friendship between a cat and a dog. That dogs and cats do not have to be "sworn enemies" is also shown by the fact that some breeds of cats get along very well with dogs. I will now address this in particular in this post. So, I’m going to talk about cat breeds that get along very well with dogs. If you are a lover of both and would like to have them in your home, it would be a good idea to check out cat breeds that are ideal for coexistence with dogs. So I will make it easy for you and list 10 of them.


It is characterized by a strong connection with family members of all ages and a great attachment to the owner, playfulness, and intelligence. In fact, she is more intelligent than other breeds of cats. She is also the sweetest of all cat breeds. She is an excellent pet and behaves a bit like a dog. She is very talkative, but also a little mysterious. She will also show her friendliness towards dogs. So it is no wonder that this beautiful cat with shiny hair and yellow eyes is number one when it comes to living with dogs.


This oriental long-haired beauty originates from the area of ​​present-day Iran and Turkey. It is a very smart and loyal cat, but also determined and stubborn. It is strongly connected with only one person - it would be said: "She chooses the owner". She is sociable, gets along well with other animals, including dogs, and does not tolerate loneliness. In addition to playing, she also loves swimming, as well as sitting on top of closets and doors. If you opt for this beautiful cat, you will never want to replace it with another breed.


It is one of the first breeds of cats to start living alongside humans. It originates from the African wild cat and was brought to Europe from Africa. It is an excellent hunter, but it is not aggressive, so it is ideal for keeping indoors. Her temperament is balanced and stable. She loves to play with people and dogs alike. She has a habit of always being with the owner, so don't be surprised if she follows you in the footsteps of whatever you do. In return, she asks for attention and cuddling. Therefore, if she misses it, she can very easily become depressed. With proper care and nursing, this beauty will adorn your life for another 20 years (that’s how long her life span is).


It originates from northern Europe, Scandinavia, and Great Britain, and originated from an ordinary domestic cat. She is extremely attached to the owners and suspicious of strangers. It coexists well with other breeds of cats and non-aggressive dogs (after getting to know them well). This is a very lively and intelligent breed of cat, and they are not prone to disease. They do not require special care. It is enough, just a little time for combing, cutting claws, and a few baths, for this cat to be flawless.


They are also called SACRED BIRMANS because according to legend they are considered the guardians of the souls of Buddhist priests.

The Burmese cat is recognizable by its white "socks" on its paws, distinctly blue eyes, and semi-long and shiny hair with dark parts (Colorpoint) on its head, ears, legs, and tail. They have an "angel" look, but also the same nature. They are real salon cats, but staying in the garden is a real challenge for them because, like all cats, they are curious and love to explore. Burmese cats are long-lived. Their average life expectancy is 15-17 years and they are not prone to diseases. By temperament, they are pretty calm, affectionate, and attached to their owners. They like to play, but they do it in moderation without too much chasing. They want to spend time napping in the owner's lap and are a great choice if you are also a dog owner.


This breed of cat is also called "SNOW-BOB" and "YANKEE-BOB". It is a relatively new breed of cat, created by a spontaneous gene mutation in The 1960s in America. It is recognizable by its very short tail. By the way, these are very shrewd and intelligent cats, which sometimes know how to alleviate the heated family atmosphere. They are very playful and have outstanding coordination of movements, and are even able to catch an object in flight. A good temperament allows them to get along with other pets, including dogs. Their character and kindness tell us that they are the right choice for families with children.


She is also called the "GENTLE GIANT", because of his size on the one hand and his gentle character on the other. They are similar in behavior to dogs, so they will get along well with them. They are very attached to the owner and often accompany him in daily affairs. They are sociable, so they prefer to eat in the company of other cats or humans. By no means they don't like to be alone. Therefore, if you already have a dog, and you are also planning to a cat, then "MAINE COON CAT" is the right choice for you.


This breed of cat has been around for thousands of years, but its breeding began in the 1930s. Her somewhat rugged appearance is the opposite of her character. It is an extremely cuddly and gentle cat that will get along well with other cats and dogs. They rarely meow, but they often purr.

The Norwegian Forest Cat is an excellent hunter and likes to climb high places, so it is advisable to stock up on high scratchers.

Because of its character, it will fit well into any family.


The Ragdoll is a relatively new breed of cat. It originated in California in the 1960s. They belong to one of the largest breeds of domestic cats. It is a very cuddly and "quiet" breed. She is very attached to her owners, so because of that, but also because of her intelligence, she is often compared to dogs. She is moderately playful, and her playing activity is limited to just a few minutes a day. But she likes to play lying on her back most of the time. It is adorned with a tolerant attitude toward other animals and children.


The Siberian cat is a very old, natural breed of cat native to Russia. This beautiful long-haired beauty is a lively, playful, affectionate, and intelligent pussy cat. Still, she is distrustful of strangers and does not like strangers in the house. She has a great relationship with children, other cats, and dogs and as such — is sociable, and does not tolerate loneliness. It gives a lot of love, and in return, it only asks for your attention.

                               "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."



that the most beautiful cat in the world is a 
In second place is the 
 followed by 
and no less beautiful and interesting
 6. TOYGER (a newer breed of cat)
and at the back, also beautiful and attractive
10. EXOTIC SHORTHAIR CAT (some even call it Persian shorthair cat)

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Yes, it is a Persian cat. She has always enchanted many with her beauty and glamorous fur and posture. Even more beautiful and sweeter than an adult cat, are Persian cat kittens. But there are very conflicting views about the origin of this beauty. According to some, it originates from Persia (in Persian: "Gorbe-ye irāni" - an Iranian cat, while according to others, it does not originate from the Middle East, but from a Russian domestic cat and has little to do with the Asian line. To this fact, experts have come from the latest genetic analysis of the Persian cat. However, some experts, believe that the Persian cat was created by crossing the European wild cat and the Pallas steppe cat that lives in the Caspian Lake area and the steppes of Central Asia.
The ancestors of today's Persian cat were first introduced in London's Crystal Palace in 1871, and since then this breed has gained dizzying popularity throughout Europe, and the European aristocracy is responsible for its promotion. At the time, having a Persian cat in a castle was considered prestigious.

The Persian cat has long silky hair with a thick undercoat, which requires frequent grooming (regular brushing and extra protection), and a wide head, short nose, and wide jaw require a special way of feeding and a special type of diet. Precisely because of these anatomical specifics, cats are prone to health problems with their skin, eyes, and breathing and cannot tolerate heat.

These beauties belong to the breed of calm and quiet cats, very gentle in nature. Therefore, they adore a peaceful environment indoors, i.e. in the house. They almost always have a favorite place to lie down and nap.
They don't like chasing, stunts, or climbing at all. They are "safest" on the ground. Still, they are very happy when they play with their favorite toys.
Persian cats seek the attention of their owners, and in return give “tons” of love and affection (I say this from my own experience as a former owner of Persian cats).

In any case, the Persian cat is the oldest purebred cat, and the name “Persian” was established in the early 20th century with the advent of the first breeding societies.

Therefore, I invite you to leave your opinion on it in the comments, if you know something more, or, simply just state your opinion, which is more realistic to You.

                       "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."



In ancient Egyptian mythology, even the accidental killing of a cat was severely punished — mostly by death? Once, a Roman soldier inadvertently ran over an Egyptian cat, for which he paid with his head. Namely, Pharaoh Ptolemy XII had him executed. The data show that in the event of a cat's death, the whole family mourns as if it were a family member, and shaves their eyebrows as a sign of grief. 

As ancient Egypt was based on a totem religion, at the heart of the religion was always some animal cult as a spiritual symbol. 

The "cult of the cat" marked the period of the New Empire (1555 BC), and gained greater importance with the development of the city of Bubastis around 950 BC, when that city became the capital and religious center of the goddess Bast. The "cult of the cat" reached its peak around 500 BC. And Bast became a very important and popular deity.




 Initially, she was portrayed as a raging lioness and was considered the patron goddess of Lower Egypt and the guardian of the Pharaoh, and thus the guardian of the highest male deity, the sun god Ra.
Like him, Bast was considered a sun goddess. She was later considered the goddess of perfume and instead of the image of a wild lioness, she is depicted as a domestic cat. Thus Bast became the chief goddess and protector of cats.
Cats were sublime in Egypt also due to the fact that they were capable of killing snakes, especially cobras, and taming the pests of mice and rats that caused enormous damage to food supplies. Therefore, cats were sometimes allowed to wear jewelry or eat from the same plates as their owners, and after death, they would be mummified and taken to the temple of Per-Basta.
From all the above, it is clear that the "worship" of cats in ancient Egyptian civilization is a very important and specific phenomenon. But we also find the importance of the cat in other cultures - Islamic, Hindu, and Buddhist.
It is interesting to note that ancient Egypt was inhabited by 2 main "species" of cats: the tropical cat (Felis chaus) and the African wild cat (Felis silvestis lybica), which is also domesticated. Both species are thought to be the forerunners of the modern Egyptian Mau species.

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Have you ever wondered what your PET wants to tell you, or what she says to her four-legged friends? One way to find out is to watch her tail. All of us who love CATS or have them as PETS witness the scenes every day, where they raise their tails, just like a flag, wrap them around their legs or lower them. To better understand them, learn to read, what they tell you about the different positions of their tail. Here I will look at 9 cat tail positions as an indicator of their mood.


It is an indicator of your cat's happiness, satisfaction, excitement, and self-confidence, but also her readiness for friendship. She greets you with a straight and high-raised tail, rejoices in you, and welcomes you. Also, the CAT greets the other CAT in this way, and the little CATS greets his mother asking for food. In any case, a straight and high, air-raised tail shows the positive emotions of your PET.


If the CAT raises its tail and its tip is curved like a question mark, it is a sign that it wants to play with you. It is an invitation to have fun and socialize together. She thus shows her joy and playfulness and asks you to give her your attention.


Some CAT BREEDS, such as the PERSIAN, lower their tails for no particular reason. But a lowered tail to the ground signifies serious mood, hesitation, and even aggression. If the CAT is outside the house and examining the terrain, then it may mean that she is insecure and cautious because something has caught her attention. If the tail is lowered and curled next to the body, when the CAT is lying down, it is a sign of comfort and satisfaction.


This position of the tail, CAT will have mostly, when outside or in an unexplored area, and is an indicator of fear, obedience, and submissiveness. It is a sign that someone or something has caused nervousness in your CAT.


Indicates fear or aggression of your PET. With a shriveled and twice as thick tail, the CAT tries to look bigger and corpulent than it really is, to avoid possible impending danger. If the CAT smooths down its ears and bends its back into a bow, it expresses a defensive attitude, or it may attack.


This tail position means carefree, relaxing, contentment, love, and friendship. Wrapping the tail around another cat is the same as a man crossing his arm over another man's shoulder. This is how a CAT expresses friendship towards another CAT. If he wraps his tail around your leg, it is a sign of sincere friendship and trust toward you. If she lies down and wraps her tail around her legs, it means that she enjoys it very much and that she is maximally relaxed.


In contrast to a DOG, which waves its tail when it is joyful and happy, waving its tail back and forth in CAT signifies irritation, aggression, fear, anger, and distrust. Therefore, beware!


Slightly wagging its tail left and right is characteristic of CATS that are focused on something, for example, a toy, a bird, a butterfly, or a piece of cat food that has just fallen out of a bowl. After that, there will certainly be a jump to a fixed object.


CAT lifted her tail straight and shook it? By doing so, she expresses happiness because she saw you or, perhaps, because she just caught the prey.

In any case, it is very important to follow the "speech" of the bodies of our PETS in order to better understand them and understand what they have to "tell" us. In this way, we will not only deepen our relationship with each other but also enrich our relationship with other people with empathy and understanding. And therefore:

"We take care of our pets as for ourselves."



All of us owners of these beautiful creatures, not a few times, were unpleasantly surprised to find a "gift" in the form of a dead or live mouse or a bird in front of the door. How to stop your cats from bringing home dead or caught animals? This was brought to us as a sign of her love and gratitude by our dear PET CAT. All the more so when it comes to a sterilized CAT, and especially a CAT, whose movement is not limited only to the apartment or house, but happily runs around the yard or garden. Just such CATS will bring their prey in front of your door, or even into the interior of your living space. Although they are domestic animals, for more than 10,000 years, they still retained the instincts of their wild ancestors - the instinct to hunt.

Many of them will not kill or eat their prey, but they like to brag about it, so they often bring it to their owner as a "gift". Also, they want to share their catch with the owner to thank him for the food he gives them, or to show him friendship. That prey is, therefore, a sign that he is their friend.

But there are also opinions, on how tame CATS are, our PETS imitate their wild cousins, who bring prey to their CATS, thus teaching them to hunt. Here are leading sterilized CATS, which considering they do not have young, carry the catch to their owners, in order to "provide them with food".

Regardless of the reason for bringing a "gift" to your home, it is important not to punish your PET, because she has no bad intentions, but does so instinctively. It's in her genes. To solve this problem:

  • keep it in the house or apartment, because a CAT that doesn’t go outside doesn’t hunt
  • be sure to provide your PET with enough toys and other hobbies that she loves like various CAT toys or scratchers and play with her until you get her tired, because a tired CAT goes to sleep, not hunt.
  • let your CAT be well-fed because satiated CAT hunts less or not at all
  • if your CAT brings home something she shouldn't, don't bury it near the house, because she will smell it and dig it up
  • put her a CAT bell, because the bell will alert any animal to its presence, so in most cases, your CAT will stay short-sleeved
  • avoid any bird feeders or birdhouses in the garden, as this will only create a better atmosphere for hunting
  • try TRAINING although it is very difficult and strenuous with CATS, it is not impossible (you will learn a little more about this topic in one of our next posts)

So these have so far been all the possible ways you can learn how to prevent your CATS from bringing home dead or caught animals. Of course, if we find out about any other way that is more reliable or even better than the above, we will surely write a new post and inform you about it as soon as possible. IF YOU MAY KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT THIS TOPIC OR HAVE A GOOD IDEA, FEEL FREE TO WRITE YOUR OPINION OR ADVICE IN THE COMMENTS, AND WE WILL TRY TO ANSWER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, and until then

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I believe many of us who have CATS as PETS have at least once encountered a problem that I will talk about in this post. As you can see from the title the problem is how to stop cats from peeing outside the litter box. This behavior of your CAT can be caused by a number of different reasons. Here are some of the causes:

  • termination of territories and communication with other pets
  • cat's health condition
  • fear and stress
  • incorrect box size
  • cat's award to the sand, the sandbox, the place where the box is located, or all that     together
  • the unpleasant and strong smell of cat toilet cleaner
  • dirty sand, but also unsuitable smell and texture of sand
  • sharing a sandbox with other cats
  • the smell of new furniture or carpet
  • insufficient cat activity (lack of play)
  • frustration due to a restrictive diet

I will now focus on each of the possible causes listed, to prevent your PET from peeing outside the litter box (sandbox).

When we talk about marking territories with urine, then it should be emphasized that both males and females do so, whether they are sterilized or not. This happens because the CAT feels threatened, all the more so if there are more CATS in the house or in the immediate vicinity of the house (outside the house). To avoid conflicts with other CATS, provide your PET with enough space and escape routes. If you own a large number of CATS, provide separate food containers, one by one, to avoid cat conflicts.

In case your CAT is not spayed, be sure to take it for spaying, so you may (not in any case) avoid peeing around the apartment (outside the litter box).

A CAT is peeing outside the litter box when communicating with other animals or owners, too to give them some information. Likewise, peeing outside the designated area may be an invitation to the partner to reproduce.

Then you will solve the problem, also by sterilization.

The health condition of the CAT can also be one of the causes, due to which she will pee outside the cat's toilet. Inflammation of the urinary tract can cause difficult and painful peeing, which a CAT could associate with a litter box, so it will avoid a cat toilet in a wide arc. Muscle disease, arthritis, or neurological problems can keep a CAT from peeing in the litter box (sandbox). In the case of such disorders, the CAT should be taken to a veterinarian and treated. This will also solve the problem of peeing outside the litter box.

CATS love routine and are quite sensitive. Therefore, even the smallest changes can cause them fear or stress, which is why they will pee everywhere in the apartment or house. They will do so exclusively in places where they feel most secure. To prevent such behavior, it is very important to identify the cause of stress. These can be other CATS, DOGS, small children in the household, or even the owners themselves if they are often beaten or raise their voices against them.

If these are other animals that cause fear or stress in your PET, then start gradually to introduce your CAT to these other animals, and be sure to teach children how to behave with PETS.

Inadequate size of the sandbox, or too high edges of the same, can also be the reason why your cat will pee elsewhere. You will solve the problem by purchasing an adequate sandbox.

CATS can pee outside the cat toilet even when they have a certain aversion to sand, a litter box (sandbox), or the place where that box is located. In that case, the CAT should be gradually taught on the sand, and the litter box should be available 24 hours a day in a place where she feels safe. It should never be a place where someone will disturb her (housemates or other animals) because the CAT loves privacy when performing peeing. If CAT feels exposed or vulnerable, she will look for another place to do so. The cat toilet should not be near food and water vessels, and if you have multiple litter boxes, you should place them in different places around the house.

CATS are very neat animals, so they like to pee in clean sand, with the texture that suits them best. Therefore, I warmly recommend regular sand cleaning and replacing it with new fresh ones, especially if you have multiple CATS, who pee in the same cat toilet. The litter box should be cleaned regularly with mild detergents to remove the smell of urine.

If you have multiple CATS, then each should have its own sandbox as they won’t use it if they think it’s too dirty. Also, scattering sand outside the box can encourage your PET to pee elsewhere, because KITTY, except for loving clean sand, also loves a clean environment to defecate. I mentioned that you should buy a sand texture that suits just your CAT because if you replace it with a different one, it will definitely look for another place to defecate.

Sometimes due to a restrictive diet or lack of play, a CAT pees anywhere in the apartment or house, and we as its owners will interpret this as some kind of revenge. However, this is not true. Our PET does not take revenge on us but instructs us to pay more attention to it by playing with it so that it does not feel neglected.

Some of the reasons why CATS perform pee in unforeseen places for this may be odors. Namely, CATS often mix their scent with people they love and therefore they know pee in places where they smell those people because they feel safe. You will solve this by giving them a sense of security, cuddling and playing with her, and by purchasing a sufficient number of toys so that she is not bored when you are not at home. It should also be provided with a "safe corner", even if it was a simple cardboard box.

Finally, we can conclude that the real reason why your CAT defecates outside the cat toilet needs to be determined so that we can act and fix the problem. There is a wide range of products to help you with this - from sprays to eliminate the smell of urine and stains (urine off uniform), to repellent sprays to refuse PETS to urinate indoors (Amici e Felici).

In any case, do not punish your CAT if you notice that he is not using the cat toilet in an adequate way! This will only make the situation worse, because she will probably lose confidence in you, and you will put unnecessary stress on her. REMEMBER: A CAT does not do this on purpose, but instinctively and there is certainly a good reason for such behavior.

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Sunday, December 4, 2022



Not that they only positively affect your emotional state, but PETS can also seriously help you solve some mental problems and maintain mental health. DOG, CAT, HORSE, and SNAKES are just some of the PETS, which will beneficial to act on your emotions and preserve your mental health. It is commonly known that PETS recognize our emotions and they will even "smell" some diseases. That we as the owners know very well, and we are therefore mentally healthier and healthier in general than those who do not have PETS. Doctor of Psychiatry, Judith Joseph was also talking about that topic in her videos.

So without much further delay, we bring you a list of the top eight pets best for human mental health.

  • So, for example, for people with autism, number 1 is definitely CATS. They reduce stress, especially in autistic children, do not achieve intense eye contact (which could be bothering persons with autism), and understand the physical boundaries. Therefore, you will certainly not be mistaken, if you choose a CAT for your PET.

  • Do you suffer from depression? The best choice for you is a DOG because it requires daily walks, training, and socialization, and will make you come out of the house and may have some social contact that will greatly positively affect your problems. In addition, the DOG is sympathizing with his owner and reads people very well.

  • If you are anxious, get the FISH, because only watching the aquarium will lower your blood pressure and calm the brain waves.

  • For people with ADHD, Dr. Joseph recommends LIZARDS because they do not require much care or maintenance, so those who have problems with attention and organization will be able to deal with LIZARDS easily.

  • If you have bipolar disorder, you must certainly get a SNAKE, as her rhythmic movements will stabilize, or at least help stabilize your mood.

  • For people with obsessive-compulsive disorder, the best PET is a BIRD because it produces soothing sounds and relatively rarely pollutes the house.

  • And for those who suffer from dementia, TURTLES are proposed, which, because of their slower rhythm, according to Dr. Joseph can help start memories. However, the possession of any PET can have a beneficial effect on the symptoms of dementia.

  • And finally, it should be said that the HORSES are the animals who will help people with some trauma because they encourage them to overcome their fears, connect and build trust.

Therefore, if you do not have a PET yet and you would like to preserve your physical and mental health or just alleviate everyday stress, now is the right time for PET procurement. Do not wait until tomorrow, do it today because health is invaluable.

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