My Animals

Late dog, he was shot two times but survived and lived a hard life then died. I spent awesome time with him. He was nicer than other dogs.

Me and late dog

Raano (Queen) I miss her a lot.

Raano (Queen) and Chitto (Whiten) having sunbath in winter πŸ™‚

My hens. Black one is mom and the other two are daughters.

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52 thoughts on “My Animals

    • thanks πŸ™‚ two men tried to kill him because they thought he was dangerous. He was dangerous for people who bothered him like nasty kids. One by gun shot and another by pistol. How shit.

      • That upsets me so much. I would have a hard time not punching someone that an animal, child or old person. And I’m a sensitive, kind person. It’s that this behavior, the cruelty makes me too angry.I’m glad you saved him.

      • yeah cruelty sucks but people here even dont care about other human beings 😦 sensitivity is a big challenge to live in this world.

  1. Well at least you are there to balance out the evil. I don’t understand the utter lack of compassion some people seem to have – or not have. Glad the dog had you to make his life happier πŸ™‚

  2. I love animals! I grew up with dogs but now have a cat who is spoiled and, let’s say, hefty! πŸ™‚ You have a very interesting blog. And it’s nice that you included your animals here. Cheers!

  3. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I like your blog and this page “My Animals” especially touched my heart. I too am an animal person and seeing or hearing of animal cruelty is heart breaking and outrageous. But that being said, these lovely photos and meeting another kind soul who cares about animals is very uplifting and promising. Good luck with your career πŸ™‚

    • welcome and thank you too πŸ™‚ I believe that every nice person loves animals but if he or she doesnt then he or shes not a nice one. Its so nice to meet you πŸ™‚

  4. I’m so sad someone shot your dog. He has such a sweet face, I don’t know how anyone could do that. What was your dogs name? Do you know what breed he was? β€œThe greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” Dalai Lama

    • its okay and thank you very much. He wasnt my dog actually but he was a street dog. His name was “Munda” means without a leg. Dalai Lama is so true.

  5. Hello Nafees,

    I just wanted to say a few things, one thank you so much for your like and for choosing to follow me and two, I love animals, these images are beautiful and peaceful.

    I have read some of your posts and seen some lovely images, you are so down to earth and I love reading your stories about your life.

    Wishing you happiness,
    Caterina

  6. I am an animal lover too! I have a cat and a small dog. I recently lost one of my cats, Delilah, to feline leukemia. Losing her has been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with. I hope to one day adopt a goose or duck. How do you like having hens?

    • aw thats so sweet. So sorry for your cat. I spent my childhood with hens, they are so lovely especially when they are mothers. Their love is so amazing.

  7. Absolutely adorable. As with many of us, the thought of torture to animals makes me nauseous, but I’m glad there are so often others to love and comfort them.

  8. Nafees, I’m sorry about your dog and what he had to go through. So sad. However, people who love animals are very compassionate and empathetic. You took good care of them. Thank you for liking and following my blog πŸ™‚

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