Many people who want to keep cats see that those who already have cats seem to have lost their freedom, so they dare not keep cats. Do pet owners still have freedom after raising a cat? Let’s take a look at what netizens think. First, let’s look at the first netizen’s opinion.
The first netizen:< p>I think that if you raise a cat, you will definitely lose your freedom. In fact, I can’t say that I use my own life as a standard. Before raising a cat, I felt that I was very free and could go wherever I wanted, without restraint. On weekends, I go singing with my friends, and I also go to Internet cafes with my buddies to play games. But since I got a cat, I can’t go out to play on weekends and can only stay at home. Because I'm afraid the cats will tear the house apart. Of course, the main reason why I am at home on weekends is because I want to take care of the cats.
Looking at it this way, my freedom has been deprived of me. But cats have this kind of charm. They can make people willingly pay for them and deprive them of their freedom. If you want to raise a cat, I suggest you think about it carefully first and see if you can accept a life without freedom. If you can accept it, then get a cat. If you can't accept it, then it's better not to get a cat.
The second netizen:< p>I don’t quite agree with the first netizen’s point of view. Cats do have a charm that makes pet owners willing to pay for them, but their charm cannot be a reason to deprive us of our freedom. Without talking about others, let me talk about myself. Normally, I am indeed very good to my cats, but this does not mean that I cannot have my own life. While taking care of it, I still run outside and play with my friends. Therefore, raising a cat will take up your free time, but it cannot completely deprive you of your freedom.
The third netizen:
I don’t think you will lose your freedom by raising a cat. In fact, you can think about it, do cats really like to be with people? Does it really need its owner's company? It's also needed, but it's not really needed either. My two cats have been stuck together since they arrived at my house and almost ignore me. It doesn't matter to them whether I play around them or go out to play. Of course, cat food must be prepared for them, otherwise they will get angry. In other words, they are often together and ignore me. I can do anything, so where can I start talking about losing my freedom? There is no such thing as losing freedom, so I don’t think you will lose your freedom by raising a cat.
The fourth netizen:< p>Cats also have relatives and some that are not relatives. If you raise a cat that is not relatives, your freedom will not be lost, but if you raise a cat that is particularly relatives, your freedom will really be taken away. . Of course, while losing freedom, you will also gain happiness!