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(1) drink some water
(2) eat something
(4) go outside
(5) ask someone a question
. . . without using your hands or voice.
Any luck? Though undertaken here in a light-hearted way, these activities comprise key events in daily life. They are also things that any dog, cat, or other animal living with humans must do. However, unlike those of us fortunate to be able to do things on our own, animals in captivity must depend on their human caregiver. Bowls of water and food may be left out and a “pet” door or other contrivance may permit egress. However, vittles eventually get consumed and while a dog could pee inside the house, it is likely to be a short-lived solution. click for more