Saturday Post: Do We Deserve Majestic Animals In Zoos?

This image has torn me from the inside, it is literally very saddening to see these beautiful animals are left to die.

Picture 1: Look at that Bear, a huge Animal who lives on a land with his family, roams around freely and has access to all the natural habitat, but now he lives in a dirty, actually filthy place which we call a Zoo. How devastating it would be for him to live all alone.

Picture 2: The majestic King of the Jungle, is left alone without proper medical care, food and water. Ask him what is loneliness!

Picture 3: Kaavan who was once gifted by SriLanka to Pakistan as a gift. We as a Nation are doomed.

Picture 4: The beautiful, Orca who has just given up his life in that small tank where he/she is forced to perform dumb tricks to entertain Humans. How disgusting!

Instead of us complaining about Isolation, we should ask these Animals, they are in the right position to answer you What Does Isolation Means! Because, their life has been taken away and what we see is the dead body. It is a dreadful shame on Humans, we have tormented, tortured, murdered, Killed, help captive to such beautiful animals while we are unable to take care of them.

If Animals could speak, Humans would have been punished for their acts.

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2 responses to “Saturday Post: Do We Deserve Majestic Animals In Zoos?”

  1. iamvhardik Avatar
    iamvhardik

    I agree a zoo is not the natural habitat of animals. But with forests being cut how do we rehabilitate them?

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    1. henablogforpaws Avatar

      Exactly that’s the biggest concern. It is the Authorities who are suppose to work together with the Teams and come to conclusions, there are a lot of people who want to make a Sanctuary for these Animals yet the Authorities are not showing any signs, which itself is painful

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