The benefit for children of pet caring is great. Research shows that
children who care for pets learn relatively early how to care for others.
University of Cambridge Prof. E.S. Paul published a report in 1992 indicated
a tendency in which pet ownership enables children to experience the
dependency of another living thing, which has feelings and needs. Children
tend to learn empathy for the feelings of other people through these
experiences. At the University of California, Davis, in 1985 Prof. Bryant
also reported that children could learn caring for others through pet