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Should animals be kept as pets in city households?

  • Yes, People should be able to keep household pets in city areas

    Imagine if you live alone with nothing to do in your life, no one to play with, no one there for you...Well if you have a dog, cat, bird or another popular animal, then you have someone to be happy with! Your cat purring on your lap or your dog running around the back yard, you'll never feel alone.

  • Yes, animals should be allowed as pets in city living.

    Animals are amazing companions to humanity. We share this planet with them, and if we're going to construct massive concrete and steel structures to occupy their former homes, we need to understand that they are living beings too, and we have a responsibility, as the dominant species on this planet, to look after the well being of animals.

  • Yes, animals should be allowed as pets in city living.

    Animals are amazing companions to humanity. We share this planet with them, and if we're going to construct massive concrete and steel structures to occupy their former homes, we need to understand that they are living beings too, and we have a responsibility, as the dominant species on this planet, to look after the well-being of animals.

  • childhood memories will be lost otherwise

    A pet will allow children to experience common responsibilities that come with having a pet. Taking away this opportunity would prevent them from taking valuable life lessons from the experience. When a pet is adopted, you save a pet from going to the pound as well as that you are giving it a loving household.

  • No, pet animals are a health hazard.

    Animals kept at home can create serious public health concerns. Animals that are improperly cared for can leave fecal matter in public walkways or on semi-private property, allowing the spread of many diseases. Pets can carry diseases that are spread to humans, and human viruses can mutate and join with animal viruses to create hybrid viruses that can spread and cause illness.


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