Pets have not always got along so easily with humans. For this, wild animals had to be tamed, and already their offspring can rightfully be called domesticated animals.
People already in ancient times realized that without the help of animals it would be very difficult for them to live. Therefore, we decided to tame wild animals. The first tamed and subsequently domesticated was the wolf. It was from the tamed wolf that the domestic dog originated, which helped the ancient people on the hunt, she barked at potential danger and grazed sheep. Some time later, when the drought began, and the animals driven by thirst entered the settlements of people in search of water, animal husbandry began. People caught mouflons (future modern sheep), bezoar goats and turs (wild cows) who came to them and sent them to special pens. Ancient man realized that it was much easier to breed animals than, relying on only luck, to go hunting. Buffalo became an important domesticated species for hot countries. This animal was a source of hides and meat, as well as draft power. The tamed tarpan became the modern horse, which was first bred for meat and milk, and later became a means of transportation for humans for a long time. Domestic cats, whose ancestors are Middle Eastern cats, guarded the grain in barns from mice. Domestic birds: chickens, geese and ducks, were and are sources of meat, eggs and fluff. The silkworm gave people a click, thanks to bees, honey, propolis and other valuable products became available to humans. The very first means of transport for humans was a donkey, which transported goods. The camel has become an indispensable animal in the desert, which is much better than donkeys and mules withstands a hot climate and a heavy load. Camels were not only a means of transportation, but also a source of meat, wool, milk. The pig became a valuable domesticated animal for humans. As with many other pets, people get meat and skin from pigs, but pigs are omnivorous and require less care than other pets. Rabbits were also bred for meat and skins, but rabbit meat was especially prized as it was considered a delicacy.