Live animals at home?

Discuss the May 2017 Book of the Month, Farmer Beau's Farm by Kathleen Geiger.

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@Pinefamily
You were not kidding about the menagerie. You can charge a fee to let people view your pets, lol! Pythons and dragon lizards :o

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Having animals around when growing up teaches responsibility and compassion. I can't imagine how different I would be if I didn't have animals. I used to take care of my neighbors bunnies when they were left out in the winter. Seeing how others treat animals also gives you a sense of whether they are a decent person. Animals are so loving and I don't know how people can mistreat them. I miss having pets now, they make life so much better.

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We also have a mixture of dogs and cats. They can be troublesome at first, especially when we need to clean up their mess. Still, they're the best stress relievers.

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Dog will teach you kids responsibility,to carried for some one alse

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I used to have a cat and a dog. Dog remains my favorite pet. I think love is the simplest yet most needed lesson dogs can teach. It knows how to care, protect, love, and just simply be there.

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