In Case You Missed It: Do Your Homework Right

This is the First question that should arrive in your mind when you think about having a furry friend in your life. What most people do is that they simply go bonkers over the arriving of their pets in the initial days and later once they are over with their cuteness and start considering as a liability then they start to plan on how to leave their pet or give it to a shelter home. Ouch! hurtful right, this is the bitter reality and we have got so many messages and calls and conducted plenty of rescue missions in order to find out that the pet owners weren’t interested in taking care of the pet for a lifetime so they had planned to either give it to a shelter or just leave it on the street for someone whoever wishes to adopt.

It is always recommended to first be mentally prepared for a lifetime responsibility because here we are discussing about a Life and that too a four legged pet. This is not an easy job neither it is something that can be taken care of easily, you have own up the responsibility and make sure that you are taking care of your pet whole-heartedly. When we say ‘lifetime responsibility’ majority of the people start thinking about it as if they didn’t know or they don’t know what they were planning like how would their life go in which direction once a lifetime pet arrives. Woah! This is something that everyone of you need to think about. Pets are beautiful and are a responsibility, their meals, health, annual vaccinations, care, grooming, walks and so on is involved therefore, it is said to think broadly about it. There isn’t any much of a difference between a Human Child and an Animal baby because if you analyze, their needs and behavior are same. They both need to be taken care of and with time their needs and behavior changes which we need to guide them throughout the life.

I know somebody who recently rescued a Kitty from his garden and later rescued another kitten who was a tiny baby and was found a bit hurt and looked as if the mother cat left her behind. So that person took in the kitten and kept her warm after checking out thoroughly, he wasn’t able to find his mother cat. Now after around 2months, he has an older cat, who has adopted that (then injured) kitten and bought a Puppy around 35 days old!! I mean seriously!!! When I got to know about it, I was a bit stunned and a bit upset that how would he manage. But guess what, after whole 4months, he is now taking care of a grownup Cat who has very well adopted the Kitty, who has gone healthy🧿 and a beautiful Pup (Labrador)🧿🧿 now the house is no more a house but turned into a mini-zoo. This what happens when you rescue one animal and then the chain begins. Like I always say, “No one literally rescues anybody, as the Animals make us rescue ourselves only”.

Now this is another way of looking at things, those who get it would agree to what I said.

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