Anyone who adopts a pet can learn something about faith, hope and love – Christopher S. Wren
Does anyone told you that if you adopts or get a pet, you can learn something about faith, hope and love from them. Have we ever seem our pets release their anger by using the hardest way? They can choose to bite us but they choose not to because their mission is to show us what is the mean of love, faith and hope in this world.
They recognized that we provide for them what they cannot provide for themselves. They love us for the kindness of that responsibility. In return, we love them for the joy and affection. It is a perfect, constantly renewing circle . (John O’ Hurley)
Do remember that pets are healers. They are enlightened us by showing us how to live beautifully so much better than we humans have. While we struggle to figure out why we were put here on Earth, all pet wants is to love and be loved – a powerful lesson for us all. (Dr. Bernie S. Siegel)
For those who yet have a pet, why not get give yourself a change to adopt one and try to learn something about from them?
All they ask for is the most basic shelter, food and water, and in return, they give us unbounded, unflinching affection.
-Leo Mckinstry, from “Daily Mail”, February 18, 2003-
All the pets never request us to give them the most luxury items or stuff. All they want is just a basic shelter, food, water and caring from us. In return, they will give us their unbounded, unflinching affection.
Do take an example of the street dog. When you provide them just the basic clean food and water, they will wag their tails so happily to thank us. Before you reach their place, they already sense it and will wait anxiously to welcome you…. Doesn’t it so miracle and blessed?
Please don’t compare and judge between ‘luxury’ and ‘non-luxury’ pets! Treat them equally and you will gain the greatest love of all from them…
There are no grades of vanity, there are only grades of ability in concealing it.
Cats are a mysterious kind of folk. There is more passing in their mind than we are aware of.
~Sir Walter Scott~