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11/09/2009 13:21:13 PM by honorine   Send Message to honorine  2191  views, category: Pet stuff to chew on, Pet secrets for humans view all blogs
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I was browsing online and this article Animal Make the Perfect Humans on CNN caught my attention. Rita Mae Brown is a novelist and an avid animal lover. She expresses her opinions and observation of humans' animalistic behaviors in this article.  I can't agree more with her. 



Inspired by her thinking, I think humans really make the perfect animals in many ways.


Humans care about your look when you are old, especially men.


Humans are selfish and hyprocritical.


Humans always torture themselves and strive to make their lives perfect.


Men pay for sex.


Humans steal from you and lie to you.


Who is animal? Who is human? Thinking about the negative side in our human nature, maybe we should change our way of teasing animals sometimes as they are natural, loyal and affectionate often times. At least most pets and especially my cats are.

About the author: Avid pet lover and active tennis player. more >>

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