More animals in the home: tips for peaceful coexistence
Pets become true members of the household, parts of the family that, it is difficult to do without. From simple companionship to psychological or physical support, our animal friends have the ability to improve our days and accompany us as the most faithful companions, so much so that they are recognized as faithful friends on whom we can always rely. Precisely for this reason, when conditions permit, we sometimes feel the need to have two or more animals in the house, so as to double the positive emotions that only they can spread in the domestic space. We must remember, however, that, cats and dogs, have their own character just like us and, likewise, they may have likes and dislikes that will make it easier or more difficult for them to welcome a new friend into their home. The feeling can be comparable to suddenly being forced to share one's daily living space, the now well-established routine, with a stranger. While we have the ability to choose with whom we share our space animals do not. If it is the owner's will, they are bound to really share their space, whether it suits them or not.
Animals, however, are also very adaptive; an initially difficult encounter can easily turn, over time, into an inseparable friendship inclined to bring additional sweet moments into the home. While in several cases there is no need for specific accouterments to introduce the two animals, there are useful tips to facilitate the meeting and make it as least traumatic as possible for our friends. This also depends on the type of animal you own and want to introduce into the family.
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