It is monsoon season in India, and this year, it is raining heavily, especially in Northern India. During the last week of June, our whole family was having a relaxing family time; sitting, talking, and drinking tea together. It is when my Grandma heard a sound. She asked if I also heard any strange sounds.
This ceremony finished at 10:30, after that Pandit Ji told us that no one will go outside the village and will be able to go tomorrow only after Bhandara, the big feast. On the 3rd day, then in the last comes the turn of sacrifice…
As if Priyanka was destined to meet Boxy, life took Priyanka on a trip that would change both their lives. This is the story of Priyanka and Boxy, a puppy.
These three souls along with their volunteers are lighting up the world, and when possible, we should help animals when they are in trouble or hurt, if we can’t directly help someone, request help from such non-profit organizations that are dedicating their time and efforts for the sole purpose of helping out animals in need. Remember, what you sow is what you reap.
Chandan walked her mother to the place where he saw the cow and found her sitting. When his mother saw the cow, she knew that the cow was sick and that she was pregnant. Immediately they called the veterinarian and the doctor performed his checkup…
Let’s not create bad karma for ourselves by being cruel to these voiceless, helpless animals. Hitting or beating them may turn them aggressive in self-defense, resulting in more attacking or biting.
Animal Cruelty is real and true and it is happening in every corner of the world, and with what I see and share, I wish to promote the readers to request everyone around them to be kind to the animals. Thank you for reading!
Learning from this experience of my own, I am also able to help out other cows in our neighborhood. Some cows in my neighborhood also got LSD and I have shared my experience with my neighbors and it so far has been very helpful. Many neighbors have come by or stopped me to Thank me for my advice.
I met a girl named Ayushi who is in seventh grade at her school, a little girl who taught me that kindness needs no age to help someone. Her story would have gone unnoticed if it wasn’t for my new friend Manju – Ayushi is Manju’s niece – please read on to know what Ayushi did.
The moment I saw him, I promised myself that I’ll give the dog a better life where he doesn’t have to run around looking for shelter or food, which I delivered by taking care of him.