“Give Love and affection to one who needs it the most” is the principle of adopting a living being no matter it is a pet or a human. Bird Born an artist from Russia shows us the priceless love and affection his family amassed by adopting a pet.
It is a common observation that our relatives, kith and kin try to inherit our property ones we vanish from this earth. Their love and affection are somewhat conditional but the love a pet particularly a Dog bestows on us is unconditional, and we can be damn sure about this fact.
The illustrator depicts cats as a bit on the dark side, however we can’t judge him! It might come from the artist’s personal experience as he owns two of them. Whatever the case, he seems to be light-hearted about it.
We personally think that both dogs and cats are the most wonderful pets; but as they say, different strokes for different folks.
- Adopting a pet is a task that brings in a whole lot of responsibility along with it.
- Adopting a pet who is literally an orphan who as not witnessed the twilight called love and affection is hurricane task
- Adopting a pet who is afraid of his own shadow and taking her to confidence is a challenge in itself
- A pet who has not learned what to do with toys and who cannot believe there exist people who care and love her is terribly a frightened being
In spite of all these challenges, as Bird Born narrates in his cartoons— A pet improves our living styles dramatically. She helps us to spend a lot of time outdoor; She can help us keep fit; She helps us to explore a hidden teacher present within us; Many sunsets we would have missed in our lifetime can be compensated for in her presence; She helps to make new friends.
Sit back and enjoy these cartoons that will definitely touch your hearts…
Finally, the most important fact is—if a cynic asks you a question that did adopting a pet really change the world? Our definite answer can be Yeah, though world outside is inhumane, greedy, violent and painful but the pet we have adopted is leading a happier today than in the past, and this change alone is adequate to prove that we have brought a change in this world.