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Many people today have pets for pleasure and companionship Nearly any animal can be a pet such as hamsters rabbits birds fish frogs horses and even cats and dogs Besides being a loving companion pets serve many other purposes as in protecting homes destroying vermin and providing a means of transportation The elderly and the childless couples can rely on a pet as an emotional outlet In addition pets can be kept for their beauty rarity or for the beautiful sounds that birds can make Today pets are usually purchased from breeders pet shops or animal shelters rather then individually captured and tamed All pets were made domestic including catsCats are the second most popular pets in the world at this time Of the two most popular pets cats are the easiest to maintain and do not need to be taken out for exercise Being small means cats are not big eaters and only have to eat one or two times a day Cats can play with string balls and anything that may fascinate them On the other hand cats can be your companion while you sleep read a book or watch television The life of a cat can be very interesting if you are willing to spend time with them and learn their personality Every cat has its own personality Cats can live to be 15 years old and in that time a cat owner can find that a cat is a mans best friend The origins of a cat can be very interesting considering that the cat first began its life with the early Egyptians and other cultures The domestic cat the most popular cat of the cat family is a very laid back cat sleeping most of the day Other types of cats like the tiger lion and the cheetah are some of the fiercest animals in the wild Looking back in history and comparing the earlier cats to modern day cats
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