Do you care your pets?? If yes then how much

@Mithoo (255)
April 1, 2007 7:08am CST
Dear friends,do you care for your pets if yes then how much?? i had a pet but unfortunately i lost that pet after that i didnt go for new pet. How much do you care your pets??
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@year3399 (173)
• China
1 Apr 07
The family is changing in the united states as in many other countries in the world .about fifty years ago .in the traditional family .the father was in modern amily .both the father and the mother are equal partners
@ela2pso (364)
• Philippines
1 Apr 07
i have two kittens at home and they're both two months old only...... they were new to our home and used as our home's youngest family member.. and my babies... lol i really care about them... i used to feed them many times a day and always checking if they had already rest... i leave to my mom or to my dad when im not at home to take care of them... and trust my parents a lot for i know they can care them the way i can.
@aliasad (1567)
• Pakistan
1 Apr 07
Hi Mithoo! Nice to see you again in mylot. Well, I love pets very much. I remember that we had had dogs and cats. A cat, whose name is very much familiar to you ;) was very much taken care while she was very ill. I would like to suggest for all pet lovers to just think of the pets as their responsibility. Thanks for discussion and also I would suggest you to add pets in your interest separately.
• Sri Lanka
1 Apr 07
yes, i am. It is best to keep pets indoors during the winter months, but if this is not possible, outdoor pets must be provided with shelter. Their home should be elevated off the ground to prevent moisture accumulation and have a door of some kind to keep out winter winds, sleet, and snow. Shelters should be insulated or heated.Water sources may be heated to permit constant access to unfrozen water;thermal units designed specifically for this purpose are readily available. Outdoor pets require extra calories to keep warm. Feed your pet according to its needs when the temperature drops. In severely cold or inclement weather, no pet should be kept outside. Indoor pets should have sleeping quarters in a draft-free, warm area with their bed or mattress elevated slightly off the floor.