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What Was The Inspiration Behind A Day in The Life of Cowboy Mike and Winston?
Whether a pony or a dog, a pet is unquestionably the best companion for your child. It's surprising how the bond between the pet and child is unbreakable, based on empathy and pure love.
By: Pony 4 Precious
Considering all this, adopting and caring for a pet needs to be encouraged in households with the resources to do so. There are several tools through which this can be done, but the most powerful of all are books. While parents can introduce their children to books about pets, educational institutes can include a few in the curriculum.
Talking about books, amid the many pet stories, there's one about our friend, Michael D Eastwood, also known as Cowboy Mike, from A Day in the Life of Cowboy Mike and Winston. Michael rescued Winston, the pony, in 2016 and developed a strong bond.
Spending time with his pony and caring for him made Michael realize the importance of animals, pushing him to buy a whole farm. It changed his life for the better, something that he wanted everybody to know. Inspired by his own life experiences, he wishes to share how having a pony helped him in different ways.
Mental Health Benefits for the Kids
The human-pet bond is beneficial for one's well-being. Pets offer some powerful health benefits, such as ponies can have a calm and therapeutic effect on their human family members. The movement or contact with a pony itself stimulates oxytocin (a hormone that eases anxiety) in the brain, which has a calming effect on children.
A Source of Emotional Support
As a way to aid their emotional development, investing in a pet, emotionally or financially, can further uplift the person's happiness while instilling in them the concept of responsibility. It also makes it less difficult for children to maintain positive interpersonal relationships within society. A pony in a child's life helps eliminate sadness and benefits on a psychological level. Not only kids but also adults naturally learn a lot from taking care of animals.
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