Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about pets. The majority of the time, individuals keep pets as entertainment or as friends. An animal maintained solely for a person’s companionship or enjoyment as opposed to being used as a working animal, livestock, or laboratory animal is known as a pet or companion animal.
Pets are an integral part of our homes and daily life. They not only provide us company but also emotional support, lower our stress levels and feelings of loneliness, encourage us to participate in more social activities, and help a kid develop emotionally healthy and self-assured.
There are several options available when it comes to the kinds of animals that may be maintained as pets. The two most popular animal companions are dogs and cats.
Dogs are kept as pets for several reasons, including a preference for them as a reliable watchdog. At the gate, there are signs alerting visitors to “Beware of dogs,” which is a huge benefit and excellent protection. There are several breeds of dogs, some of them are cute, fluffy, and harmless while others are bigger and more aggressive. They can rip a trespasser to pieces and bark loudly to awaken everyone in the house.
Because they are less loyal, less loving, and more self-loving than dogs, cats are frequently kept as pets. They are adored for their attractiveness and their cuddly, purring demeanor. Although there haven’t been any instances of cats giving their lives to protect their owners, they are charming animals who enjoy being in the lap and their owners’ beds. Thank you.