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As described in Stone & King, many people consider their pets to be members of theirfamily.It is hard to say when this point of view emerged historically, but as a generaltrend it seems to be strengthening and widely accepted.What are your thoughts on thematter?(Pictures enthusiastically encouraged – we can all use a little extra cutenessthese days).In addition to any general perspective or points you’d like to share, please considerwhat we’ve learned so far about the many roles and functions different kin categoriesplay in human lives and describe one such role or function pets could also play, andalso one that pets could not.Alternatively, you might also think of a new kinship-stylerole or function thatonlypets could play (or, at least, might fill more effectively thanhuman kin).My pets are my family members 100%. I've been an animal lover all my life and havebeen lucky enough to have many pets throughout the years that have made my life
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