Pets Nearby Home app is an app for kids, it has sound effect with pictures. Pets are domestic animals that are kept as companions and looked over by their owners. The most popular pets are likely dogs and cats, but people also keep house rabbits, ferrets, rodents such as gerbils, hamsters, chinchillas, fancy rats, and guinea pigs, avian pets, such as canaries, parakeets, and parrots; reptile pets, such as turtles, lizards and snakes; aquatic pets, such as tropical fish and frogs and arthropod pets, such as tarantulas and hermit crabs. Walking a dog can supply both the human and pet with exercise, fresh air, and social interaction. Pets can give companionship to elderly adults who do not have adequate social interaction with other people. There is a medically approved class of therapy animals, mostly dogs, that are brought to visit confined humans. Pet therapy utilizes trained animals and handlers to achieve specific physical, social, cognitive, and emotional goals with patients. Pets might have the ability to stimulate their caregivers, in particular the elderly, giving people someone to take care of, someone to exercise with, and someone to help them heal from a physically or psychologically troubled past. Having a pet may help people achieve health goals, such as lowered blood pressure, or mental goals, such as decreased stress. People residing in a long-term care facility, such as a hospice or nursing home, experience health benefits from pets. Pets help them to cope with the emotional issues related to their illness. They also offer physical contact with another living creature, something that is often missing in an elder's life.
Lice are tiny insects that live on humans and feed on blood. When a large number of lice live and multiply on a person, it is called an infestation. Three different kinds of lice live on humans, Head lice are usually found in hair, most often on the back of the neck and behind the ears. Head lice are common in preschool and elementary school age children. Adults can get them too, especially adults who live with children. Pubic lice, also called crabs, are usually found in the pubic area. But they may also be found on facial hair, on eyelashes, on eyebrows, in the armpits, on chest hair and, rarely, on the scalp. Body lice live and lay eggs, nits, in the seams of clothing. The lice are on the body only when they feed.