Last Updated on May 21, 2023 by Pets Feed
Anyone who has lived with animals knows the immense love these little ones can feel for their caregiver, they seek to be as close to us as possible and try to comfort us when they feel we are not having a good time; They usually look at us with eyes of love and in the sweetest, tenderest way possible.
Some people have captured in photography the exact moment when these looks full of love for their humans appear in animals and shared them on their social networks to soften all those who find them on the Internet.
Animals looking at their humans with eyes of love
“I’m in third place between my boyfriend and Darlene, as usual.”
Their honest looks reflect just how much these adorable furry ones can love their humans, those loving eyes that don’t seem to want to miss a word or gesture from their best friend.
“We just adopted Bella and she really loves my fiancée.”
“My husband couldn’t have pets when he was a kid. When we bought our first house, I gave him a little surprise.”
Dr. Kristyn Vitale of Oregon State University’s Human-Animal Interaction Laboratory, author of studies titled “Bonds Between Domestic Cats and Humans” published in the journal Current Biology, discusses with colleagues how cats can form secure links with their owners. She said that in her research, they discovered that 65% of felines develop a secure emotional bond with their caregivers.
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“My brother took our cat to prom.”
Referring to the study, Dr. Kristyn told Bored Panda:
“There has been relatively little research on the cat-human bond, especially compared to the number of research studies with dogs and humans, so our motivation was to bring more knowledge to this area of study. “
“I just rescued my baby from abandonment a month ago. He is the most affectionate dog I have ever met.
“He purred the whole way home.”
She explains that the “bond of attachment” that felines develop with humans can be very similar to that between dogs and their guardian.
The doctor added:
“And even the bond that human babies show to their caregivers.”
“Our marriage has been called off, we are worried about the health of our family members. But at least we now have the first member of our family.”
“My sister and brother-in-law just rescued a kitten. Look how happy he is! Enough love to make a kitten smile.”
Dr. Kristyn explains:
“All three species show the same distinct patterns of attachment behavior. Most individuals of all species are strongly attached to their keeper, meaning they use their keeper as a source of comfort and security in a situation. unknown.”
“Someone is happy to be home every day.”
“Cleocaster look at dad.”
A ‘secure bond’ explains Dr Kristyn develops when the cat’s attention is on their human when they return after some time apart, while an ‘unsecure bond’ can be seen depicted in the feline’s reaction to avoid his guardian and the feeling of stress caused by his proximity.
“The way he looks at me.”
“Find someone who looks at you like my cat looks at my husband.”
The confidence and security an animal can feel in the presence of people is reflected in their displays of affection and, no doubt, in those loving looks.
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