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Why listen to me? I have had a cat for over 7 years. I lived with my Gram for 3 years and she had a dog (lab/pitbull mix). I know what it's like to take care of pets and not be able to see them while they get old because of school or distance or dance.
It's been scientifically proven that cats and dogs age much quicker than humans. A year old cat will be 15 years old in human years. At 3 years old, a cat will be 32 in human years; a dog will only be around 28 years when it's 3 years old.
If dogs are allowed in school then more dogs could be registered and trained as therapy dogs. A great deal of students have anxiety and having a dog there that would go through training would help decrease that.
My grandma worked in a vet's office for over 5 years and has transferred some of her knowledge to me about animals.
I was very close with my grandma's dog, Jake. He was the best dog ever. I loved him more than I love myself. I moved away and didn't get to see him before he died due to cancer. I wish that school hadn't taken so much time away me being able to be with him before he died. I know that there's not much to do because school is imperative but if I was able to register or bring Jake to school once a week, I wouldn't have felt the need to say goodbye to him after he died.
Now I ask, how many of YOU would want to see your pets more because they'd help your mental health, they'd make you happier, and you'd see them more because their lives simply aren't as long as ours?
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