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That pet that sticks close to home and loves being part of the family is bound to be a Cancer. These are the kind of animals that don't feel a need to go out and explore. Rather, everything they need is right at home. For that reason, be sure that they don't get locked out at night and that there is always food in their bowl.

The Cancer pet is prone to stomach and digestive problems, so feed them the same diet like clockwork and try to minimize any emotional distress. Intuitive and sensitive, the Cancer pet will sense any family upsets (even raised voices) and not do well as a result. Adoring of the family, your Cancer pet will enjoy playing with the kids and is sure to jump up on your lap if it senses you're feeling blue. How's that for a winning companion?

Even so, these animals can be a bit moody and aloof at times, so give them some space if they're having a bad day. The Cancer pet can be possessive of its things and of family members as well. They'll get particularly unsettled when the clan is heading out on a trip. Hey, they know they'll be left alone! And that's no fun in this animal's kingdom. Forever loyal, the Cancer pet is sure to keep the home fires burning bright.

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