Once one becomes a parent, all decisions must be made based on the welfare of the child. If you’ve often thought about adopting a little feline but have never taken the plunge for fear that its integration into the family will not go well, here are 5 reasons to convince you that all children should grow up with cats.
1. It’s good for morale
It is well known, cats have an effect soothing on us humans, which finds no equal in the animal world. Thanks to his purring and to his great sensitivitythe cat will know how to reassure your child in times of stress.
2. It’s good for your health
It’s proven, children who grow up in contact with cats have a immune system stronger than the others. Indeed, their body learns to defend itself against bad bacteria and they are also much less likely to develop asthma or allergies.
3. He learns the notion of respect
A cat is a living being in its own right. He owns a temper unique and, by living with it, your child will necessarily notice it. He will quickly understand the body language of your cat who will let him know if he wants cuddles, if he wants to play or if he wants to be left alone. Thus, your child will realize the importance of respecting the desires of your cat and, by association, those of other animals.
4. He acquires a sense of responsibility
Having a cat at home involves to take care of, and not just the parents! Indeed, if the child understands that when one lives with a being for whom one is responsible, it is necessary to to feedto ensure him a good health and a good hygiene of life, to brush him or to remove his ticks, it will only be more responsible once an adult.
5. He has a friend for life
If the child manages to respect the cat’s temperament and wishes, it will be guaranteed to have a friend for a good ten years. Not only will he be able to tell her all his misfortunes and cry in his hair, but he will also have a tremendous playmate at any time of the day and night.
Now that you are (practically) convinced to adopt a little companion, you must already start thinking about the pretty name he will bear throughout his life. To find inspiration, we recommend these 50 Japanese names for felines and dogs.
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