Mama of 4 Cats, 3 Dogs , 2 Budgies & 2 Humans
- Jan 15, 2018
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The way we have been raised as a child to adulthood plays a major factor. So it is very important that we teach our kids to love and respect animals in all forms, the same way we have been brought by our own parents or guardians. I had a neighbor (and also a friend) before that was just laughing when his kid was drowning their cat. I had to cover my son's eyes and explain to him hastily that this was really bad, as he was very little at that time. Then I went to my neighbor and had to literally grabbed that cat away from the boy, with the father still in amusement.When i was young i thought everyone was kind and compassionate to animals, as i grow old, i cannot understand why some humans feel the need to be so cruel and evil to animals. I agree with Will2002 that from what i have read and have seen in the last 15 years of my life and i am still seeing is that there are humans out there in this world who are just pure evil. I dont understand this need for cruelty to animals in this century i though humans were intelligent people in the year of 2019 , and we are in the year of 2019 and humans still act like primitives and it seems that animals are more intelligent than we are. Ok so we create all this technology "we are smart " but we as humans destroy everything we touch, anything that is priceless we destroy and will never get back. Its a sad world we live in.