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If you have seen photos or videos of people with their pets, you might not have missed seeing the owners’ ‘Happy’ faces too. It’s undeniable proof we have that, pet-owning a pet, also means owning ‘Happiness’.

So, do you have a pet? Are you a pet lover? Then, why not join a Pet’s Club? Yes, being a member at ‘Campus Club’, you have the privilege to be part of various activities and groups; one of which also involves being part of the Pet’s Club. So, come, be a member of ‘Campus Club’, where there are many pet lovers like you!

If you don’t care for animals, at least, don’t be cruel to them.

Cats, Dogs, Birds, etc. (or, let’s say, Animals) have a right to live here, on earth. Very few are conscious of this and accept it. We come across many people walking their dogs in the park, or on the pavements. They are people who have bonded with animals and live under one roof. In contrast, more often, we see people beating animals for no reason (throwing stones at dogs). Worse, we have even come across people killing animals brutally. But thanks to people like Maneka Gandhi and organizations like PETA, today we have a law that protects animals from cruelty. Pet lovers like us welcome this law wholeheartedly.  If you don’t care for animals, at least, don’t be cruel to them. While pets are mere domesticated animals for those who do not possess them, for those few who do, they are not just dogs, cats, or birds; they are part of their family.

Having a pet animal is the best way to reduce stress.

Pets are animals that live in harmony with humans. Their unconditional love for their masters is something that humans will always cherish. No human can replace a pet’s animals when it comes to unconditional love. Pets are not human but they display a lot of human qualities like strong personalities, emotions, preferences, etc. Walking a pet dog is not just an activity, it’s a scientifically proven way to good health too. Having a pet animal is the best way to reduce stress, as pets have a biochemical impact on their owners’ body chemistry. By the way, do not forget, “in this competitive and fast-moving world of today, stress is only increasing, on a daily basis”. The playful, and at times funny, pets play a big role in distressing us, which helps us keep smiling.  The more you smile or laugh the better is your health.

John Bradshaw, an honorary research fellow at the University of Bristol in England, writes in his study: owning a pet is an intrinsic part of human nature, which is rooted deeply in our own species’ evolution.

At ‘Campus Club’, we are all pet lovers, and we invite every pet lover to come and join us. Come, meet and mingle with Pet Lovers. Ours is a pet-loving culture!