Understanding Pets

Pets are animals that are maintained by humans who must be treated and filled with the necessities of life and have a decent place.

petsPets can be considered as friends to humans. Pets in general are animals that have a loyal character to the owner, have an attractive appearance, have a beautiful voice, funny or cute, unique and can entertain the owner. Popular pets kept by humans include: dogs, cats, birds, fish, snakes, rabbits, and other animals that can be maintained.

Basically animals or also called animals or fauna and wildlife (or animals only) are groups of living beings that are classified in the kingdom of Animali. These animals or animals every day we can meet in the environment around us. Animals can be classified according to their place of life, their type of food, based on their body coverings, their breeding methods, their body coverings, their mode of motion, and their breathing. Actually there is a more general classification, namely the classification of animals based on the spine. Vertebrates are vertebrate animals. Invertebrates or Invertebrates are animals without spine. Around us, animals can also be grouped into wild animals, pets and farm animals.

1. Wild animals

Wild animals are animals that live freely in nature either in the village, forest, river, or in the sea. Wild animals are not kept by humans. Examples such as: deer, elephant, tiger, and crocodile. Usually wild animals are often hunted for their body parts so that now these animals become scarce. Whereas the existence of wild animals is very important to maintain the balance of nature.

2. Pets

Pets are animals commonly groomed by humans for pleasure or hobbies. Examples are cats, birds, hamsters, and dogs. Dogs are kept in addition to the fun also to keep the security of the house or look for traces.

3. Livestock

Livestock is an animal that is deliberately bred for consumption and industrial needs. Examples of livestock include cattle, buffalo, horses, goats, chickens and ducks. Livestock can be used for meat, eggs, skin, feathers and milk.