Furry Feelings: Science Proves Dogs and Cats Have Emotions

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Pet owners have known it since forever, but now it’s becoming a scientific truth that cats and dogs have feelings. Back in 2013, researchers at Emory University in Atlanta used MRI’s to prove that dogs experience complex feelings and that their bond with humans is not based solely on food and basic needs, thereby opening this new area of research.

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