“What have I done to deserve what people have done to me? I am alive, I feel and understand, but I have been discarded like something that will never be useful again.”
They often write to me saying that I spend too much time on abandoned animals. I mean, for me, it’s a way to influence those who don’t understand that evicting an animal from your home is a betrayal.
I don’t make up or embellish, I’m talking about what actually happens. Most of us confuse animals with toys, taking a pet when we’re bored and getting rid of them after a few months or weeks. Seeing such an attitude towards animals, the children of these individuals will think it’s normal and will completely replicate everything their parents did.
Children are like sponges, absorbing what they see around them. I’m not trying to offend anyone with my stories; I just want to show that if we change our behavior, our world will change for the better, even if it’s just a little. Among people, there are those who search for their missing animals for months, who feed and care for homeless children at their own expense, but there are also those who simply throw animals out on the street without any remorse.
This is the story of a little puppy that its owners thought was trash, as it was also thrown into a dump. The little one doesn’t know how it’s living. Of course, there is hope that a family and a home will be found for him, that he will be surrounded by love and care, and that he will give even more love and affection in return.
The loyalty of dogs is well-known, with books and movies dedicated to it. Don’t be afraid to rescue a dog from the streets. These animals understand the value of love and are capable of great loyalty. Those who betray animals, who discard them and send them to live on the streets – these people lose their best friend, the most loyal and devoted one, the one who stays by their side through thick and thin.