Companionship and Friendship: Many animals, such as dogs and cats, are beloved pets and are considered friends to humans.
Working Partners: Animals like horses, oxen, and service dogs work alongside humans, aiding in transportation, agriculture
Therapeutic Allies: Animals like therapy dogs and horses play a crucial role in therapeutic settings, providing emotional healing and support for people with various conditions.
Wildlife Conservation: Efforts to protect and conserve wildlife highlight the importance of animals as allies in maintaining ecological balance and biodiversity, not foes.
Food and Resources: While animals are a source of food and resources for humans, the way we raise and utilize them can be controversial.
Disease Vectors: Some animals, such as mosquitoes and ticks, can transmit diseases to humans, making them potential foes in public health contexts.
Conflict with Wildlife: In certain situations, conflicts arise when wildlife encroaches on human settlements or agriculture