A new article on The Irish Star about the benefits of pets as well as the best way to care for your pet will be published in the print edition of the paper tomorrow.
The article by the Pet Monkey Project, which aims to raise awareness about the health and wellbeing of the animal kingdom, will be written by the founder of the organisation, Peter Popoff, who is also the editor of Pet Monkey.
Mr Popoff said he wanted the article to help raise awareness around the benefits that animals have and the challenges they face.
“They’re fantastic creatures, they’re very beautiful, but they’re also very dangerous,” he said.
“It’s not just the health issues, it’s the challenges of having a pet.”
Mr Popoffs article will be an “interview with a pet monkey” and will follow up on a previous interview with the author.
He said he was particularly keen to focus on the “benefits” of the animals to the public and that this would help raise public awareness.
“We’re hoping that it’s going to give people a better understanding of what we’re talking about and what our intentions are,” he added.
“People don’t necessarily want to have pets in the first place, but it can be quite the opposite.”
You can’t think of a pet as a bad thing.
It’s an asset to you, it helps you to get along with people.
“He said the animals in the article had “a lot of personality traits”.”
We have these really smart and playful monkeys who are great at learning and interacting with humans,” he explained.”
What we have is these really intelligent, playful monkeys that can learn very quickly, they have the intelligence and the intelligence of a six-year-old child.
“Mr Peasants, who also has a dog, said that he and his wife had two pet monkeys that were about the same age, but that he was now “increasingly worried” about them.”
I’m very concerned about their health and well being.
I’m worried that they’re going to go through a really bad period.
“I have a couple of little kids, I’m also worried about my elderly parents,” he told the Irish Times.
“When they are older and they get older and their conditions get worse, I think it’s very, very, serious.”
Mr Petosons son, a four-year old, said he did not understand why his mother would not want them to have a pet.
“Why would I want them if I’m not going to have one?” he asked.
“There’s a huge difference between having a dog and having a monkey.”
Mr Pootsons son said that the majority of pet owners do not want to give up their pets.
“There’s very few people who have a cat or dog that they absolutely adore and they absolutely love and cherish,” he stated.
“The vast majority of people don’t want to lose their pet.”