Temple Grandin By John Muir Analysis

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John Muir, an American naturalist and writer John Muir, an American naturalist and write said,"Any glimpse into the life of an animal quickens our own and makes it so much the larger and better in every way."People can improve their lives through observing and interacting with animals. People's lives are improved when they interact with animals by making them healthier, also by making new best freinds, and happier.

People are healthier when they own pets. In Temple Grandin, "She spended most of her day riding horses and cleaning the barn."It is healthy because she was cleaning stalls and riding the horses. In Temple Grandin she made a project for the slaughter house to where they wouldn't have to fight the cows to kill them.It is healthy because she had to build the project.
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In the memoir,"Dogs make us human",the author says,"That's why I hope we will start to think more respectfully about animal intelligence and talent." That example tells us that there talent,intelegence,and respect makes us happier when something happened that made you sad.In the story "Saying Farewell to a Faithful Pal", the author says,"He's the only dog I ever known to get expelled from obeideince school." That's another example because when the dog got expelled from obedience school it was real funny.I think animals make great pets and best freinds because they always make people happier.

People make new best freinds when they own pets.In the story,"Saying Farewell to a Faithful Pal",the author says,"Mostly,he taught me about freindship and selfishness and, above all else, unwavering loyalty."This example tells us that animals are not just pets they are more then just pets.In the story,"Saying Farewell to a Faithful Pal",the author says,"That he would give him sloppy kisses."This example tells us that the dog loved his best freind. I think animals are true freinds because they hardly ever turn on you except cats wich pet I don't like at
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