I'm sure I'm not the only one. If I saw my friend get a cut on his hand, then I'd say: "Your fault, bruh." But if one of my precious rabbits got a cut on their little paw, I'd be all over it, trying to make it better. Can you honestly say it's easier hitting a dog than a human? What i'm getting at here is that when animals get hurt, or even die, I feel more sad. I cried while burying my dog and not while burying my Grandma. Why? Does anyone else connect with this?
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Yep! I guess it's because animals don't fully understand the world around them, so they won't understand why they just got electrocuted for example, they didn't know or see the danger or how to avoid it. A human does know so I would expect them not to injure themselves. I think this goes for most people tbh. I'm not a very sympathetic person at the best of times though.0
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I only cry or get really sad when it has to do something with animals dying and the only thing that ever mad me feel any type of sympathy for a person is this lol