Asked by Anonymous at 3:16 PM on Feb. 4, 2009 in Just for Fun
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Answer by kaycee14 at 3:28 PM on Feb. 4, 2009
I think animals give us signals that we perceive as emotions (humans tend to tack anthropomorphic qualities onto everything). Like crying at night. Are they sad? No, they're expressing a need (perhaps the need for companionship or the need to be let out to use the bathroom). An animal that's snarling might be perceived as angry and hateful but is simply responding to an environment where it has been conditioned to feel unsafe or responding to another animal based on its behavior or personality. I believe animals are much more pure than humans. They're driven by logical things such as need and danger rather than driven by irrational emotions. My dog behavioral therapists (yes, we have two *sigh*) say that animals are very basic. A+B=C. There's not a whole lot of mumbo jumbo or drama in between. I think that if animals do experience human-like emotion, it's not nearly to the level that we dramatize things to be.
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