Confinement in boxes, cages, and crates deprives cats and dogs of their freedom to move and explore, leading to physical and psychological stress.
It hinders their natural behaviors like stretching, running, and socializing, which are essential for their well-being.
Long-term confinement can lead to obesity and health issues due to lack of exercise.
Animals need mental stimulation and enrichment from their surroundings, which is limited in small enclosures.
It can cause anxiety, depression, and behavioral problems in pets, leading to aggression or withdrawal.
Proper housing and space encourage healthier, happier, and more well-adjusted pets.
Pets should be provided with space to roam, play, and interact with their environment and human companions for a fulfilling life.