How are we so selfish? How can we hurt another soul? What are the chances that we even think about after hurting someone? Do we even get judged after what we have done?
This story is not about us and by us I mean human beings. No, this story is about Dog's.
We all know God has created everyone and everything on this dear planet on ours, which we entitled as Earth.
God has created us, animals, and different types of weathers and mountains and beautiful sceneries.
It is not him that tangles or try to renovate these things into something new but it is us ‘Human Beings.
’ We dismantle, kill and curse each other, we also try to create chaos in each other’s life’s.
So that everyone one of us can live a stable and healthy life by destroying others and everything that God has created, we are so selfish.
But again this story is not about us (human beings) it’s about dogs.
As a huge dog lover, I sometimes notice that everybody or half of the human population is into not liking dogs,
which is absolutely fine till a very specific limit but that limit crosses after they start beating them up or start hitting them with pebbles or sometimes by their vehicles.
Which is inappropriate and also causes fear in other animals or should I be more specific in dogs. Every day I see this menace caused by us to that faithful and devoted animal.
Dog is one of the most faithful and devoted animal in the entire world.
But we hurt them and sometimes take our whole frustration out on them or more accurately treat them like our own punching bag.
Maybe a few examples might change some people’s view how to treat the most beautiful creature on earth with respect and as a living being.
One of my most favorite movie’s based on real-life event is ‘Hachi: A Dog's Tale 2009.’This story is based on the true story of a faithful Akita Inu.
Hachikō was an Akita dog born on a farm near the city of Ōdate, Akita Prefecture, Japan.
He is remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his owner, Hidesaburō Ueno, for whom he continued to wait for over nine years following his death. This story has touched millions of heart.
Second movie is also based on a true event: Eight Below (2006) This incredible movie is based on a Japanese Antarctic expedition in 1958.
The movie tells the sad story of dogs getting left behind chained in dangerously cold conditions, outside a research station while the humans leave in a hurry as winter sets in.
The main guide constantly worries about the dogs back at home and tries through in every way possible to bring them to safety.
Dog’s also helps us in solving crimes or catching the criminals, LAPD's Four-Legged Officers, Dogs used for police work are a special breed--intelligent, athletic and agile,
they are the cream of the canine crop. As a search tool, police say there is nothing better. And officers come to depend on their four-legged partners as they would on humans.
In every other Nation dogs are put into good use, and we trust them or rely on them as we do rely on humans or on to each other.
We hit them or try to beat them up because sometimes we think that it is fun for some people or sometimes we are afraid that they might hurt us so as protecting us we first tend on to hit
them first but that is not what God wants or any animal lover wants to see all we should be focusing on is how to treat everyone and every other human being with respect and not to cause
any harm to them.
No matter how much everyone tries to explain us what to do and how to do or tries to put us on the right path, we are always going to do what we want,
how we want because we think that we are always right. But I guess that is not true.
Last words, think before you act at least before causing harm to someone or anyone or should I be more specific causing harm to a living being.