How can an animal fall in love with a human?

How can an animal fall in love with a human?

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  1. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    A lot of animals can imprint on the wrong species, or grow attached because of being around them during hormone spikes or formative years.

    Cats that give birth to litters of kittens form very strong attachments right after, to the point that they can adopt animals they would normally kill for a short time. Lots of stories of farmcats getting attached to ducklings and dumb shit like that.

    Animals that grow up with adults of the wrong species will some times mimic their behaviour and possibly believe they are the same species. Newly hatched birds can imprint on human owners as if they were their parents.

    It's not so far fetched that a whale that grows up around more human handlers than other whales might get a weird relationship to them.

  2. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    Dogs were bred to fall in love with humans instead of other dogs

  3. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    1: that is a juvenile beluga
    2: the trainer is the one who brings her fish
    3: she's trained to react the way she does
    >what captivity does to a motherfricker

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      So animals can experience Stockholm Syndrome too then?

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        Yes they definitely can. It's a survival strategy in social animals, and asocial ones still get learned helplessness.

        She looks like she fricks human men.

        She very literally does, and has been inseminated many times.

  4. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    Well usually it's food but some animals do bond with a mate and in the absence of a suitable mate will bond to humans. Like if you keep a single pet pigeon.
    I'm don't think affection from cats and dogs can be considered equivalent to human love since dogs are naturally pack animals and neither have consistent mates. Dogs probably see humans more like friends or pack leaders and cats see them as some kind of mothers.

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      >Like if you keep a single pet pigeon.
      So if I had a female pigeon she would consider me her mate?

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        Doubtful, but not impossible.

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        Make sure not to pet her below the head, as that's courting behavior in many birds
        Wouldn't that be awkward haha

        • 2 years ago
          Anonymous

          What if I did that. Would she like me more?

          • 2 years ago
            Anonymous

            >To help your bird build a healthy bond with both you and other people, keep caresses and petting limited to the head or feet only, and ask others to do the same.
            >The reason for this is that birds’ sexual organs are located directly under the wings on a bird’s back. If you offer your bird full body strokes, you are actually stimulating the production of sexual hormones.
            >Petting down the back or under the wings can lead to a sexually frustrated bird, or a bird who perceives you as a mate rather than a companion. A mated bonded bird can be hostile to others in your home, becoming jealous or possessive of you.
            So, just make sure to keep her from being frustrated.

            • 2 years ago
              Anonymous

              >birds’ sexual organs are located directly under the wings on a bird’s back
              What the frick, no.
              >Petting down the back or under the wings can lead to a sexually frustrated bird
              A bird will always become sexually frustrated if they don't have a mate. The target of their flirting will likely be you unless you're a neglectful frick, in which case they'll probably just go insane and endlessly try to court a mirror or toy.
              Anyone who gets a solo bird is implicitly agreeing to be mate to that bird. Birds are personal pets for someone who has a ton of time and doesn't mind getting their hand fricked a few times a year. Otherwise you get a pair, hope they work well together, and enjoy them from a bit more distance since they won't want to do much with you since they have a mate.

            • 2 years ago
              Anonymous

              >birds’ sexual organs are located directly under the wings on a bird’s back
              kek

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      It can happen even when a suitable mate is available. Especially with birds for some reason. Chickens, pigeons, parrots, corvids, cranes, ostriches and emus. All of them have tried to mate bond with humans in captivity even when they were exposed to other members of their species.

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        Why are birds like this?

        • 2 years ago
          Anonymous

          They just want to be loved

        • 2 years ago
          Anonymous

          You just know

        • 2 years ago
          Anonymous

          floopy

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      >cats see them as some kind of mothers
      That's basically my experience, my cat definitely spent the first half of his kittenhood trying to suckle at my shirt.

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      Wolves mate for life, or at least try to. For some reason, dogs don’t form
      “Alpha pair”’ bonds consistently when they frick other dogs but they become extremely attached to one specific human. Alpha pairs of wolves play with each other more often than any other bond and also groom each other frequently. The alpha pair has more oxytocin between them than any other wolf set besides maybe the mother and their pups.

      This is the relationship your dog has witj you unless they’re retriever levels of neotenous. Then, they think you’re their mother.

  5. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    Many animals get horny in adulthood and court whatever they have positive exposure towards. She chose both whoever seems to be socially high ranking and interested in spending time with her. It's exactly the same process as human courting in the end.

  6. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    I heard one of these zookeeper w*man used to jack off the dolphins. That's how.

  7. 2 years ago
    Anonymous
    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      I imagine it has to do with the fact that these animals recognize the zookeepers as a provider and most likely see them as a dominant male because of what they can do.

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      >this can only end with her also killing the zookeeper

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      Made for BHC

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      Cranes would rather date human scum than their own kind. Blackpill confirmed.

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      She looks like she fricks human men.

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      haha

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous
  8. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    Rape

  9. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    Normally? What makes people think that animals feel some sort of obligation to only like their own species?
    Your dog is already in love with you from the moment you start feeding it. You have to teach most dogs that humping their owners is not okay.

  10. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    In captivity whales tend to go a little loopy. They're too intelligent to be cooped up in a tiny basin. Much like people being confined to a cubicle all day.

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      >They're too intelligent to be cooped up in a tiny basin.
      That doesn't make any sense. Cubicals are the invention of intelligent minds. It's the dumb primal side of animals that hate them.

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        Cubicles were invented by intelligent people, but they were the managers who don't have to use them.

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        the age of the cubicle is ending

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        Cubicles were invented as a torturous form of cost-efficient control. They were meant to blunt intelligence, to crush it, and force people to just do what they were told. Intelligent minds can invent horrible things glad to know they won't be subject to them.

        We kind of do the same thing to dogs, especially for army shit. They totally isolate them so any work they're given seems like an exciting task. Since outright caging humans results in them plotting their death we made a cage with an open top that they "can leave" (but can't or they'll be fired)

      • 2 years ago
        Anonymous

        >cubicles are the invention of intelligent minds
        So is the oubliette.
        Are the rats or the man more bothered by being in it?

  11. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    imprinting

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      who is he *-*

  12. 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    Don't fall for clickbait

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      I watched the video, I dunno if she's "in love" with him but she definitely seems to love his company and shun everyone elses

    • 2 years ago
      Anonymous

      Emotional attachment isn't something specific to humans.

      Haven't watched the video, but I'm assuming the title isn't meant to be read literally, as in this beluga wants the human wiener (potentially debatable in some such cases) and wants to settle down as a family. So basically

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