The ability to be social and open to new experiences is an innate characteristic of humans. We live in an era that is so fast these days that we seem to be in a constant race that never ends. We are different in nature and respond to different circumstances uniquely.
Many of us could hardly make the people we know happy at all. Whereas some others can not only manage to keep their friends and family happy and loved but they even join groups, have extended circles and activities.
Then there are those, who know nothing but to love and they don’t bind it to humans only but also subject their pets and other animals to it too.
Animals, we all know it, can’t converse with us in the most common language of ours that we speak, but they still try to understand and communicate with us in their own way. Different animal behavior analysts have varied opinions regarding human encounters with animals.
Once Anatole France said: “Until we have loved an animal, some portion of our soul remains un-stirred.”
We generally like to keep pets, play with them, take care of them, feed them and own them but every now and then we encounter an incident that makes us re-evaluate our perception of animals as our friends. We have to limit our blind trust in them.
But generically, we can’t decide. In centuries of both the species of man and animal living together, we are still uncertain about the innocence of animals. We can’t devise rules against them or for them as it has been an equally unpredictable creation of God as we, humans are.
People have had the chance to train them so well that they behave better than even some humans. And sometimes when we least expect it, they tend to attack the humans unsuspectingly, when they were merely trying, to amuse the animals or be amused by them.
We have recorded countless of incidents where the animals have been useful, friendly, loyal and faithful to humans. But on the contrary, we have seen many other incidents where the pets have attacked their owners badly, when they were least expecting it. Or the animals in nature have been so vicious, that you are bound to wonder, on their virtue.
Training animals for our multi purposes is common now. But some of us have a better understanding of the animals and they assimilate an atmosphere for them where the animals don’t feel humiliated like in the cages in zoos and they feel as close to their habitat as possible. They love their owners and are very loyal to their owners.