The area in which I live is quite young. We have many schools and kindergartens here. Many of the residents of the district take out their four-legged pupils for a walk. Look, someone is leading a thoroughbred dog in an exquisite collar on a leather leash, and someone is a little mongrel on a string, but with such a sense of dignity as if it were the representative of the most valuable dog breed. And there is something to be proud of, the friendship of our smaller brothers and the trust they give us.
It’s strange that in the period of economic instability of the state, when many people can not afford a full-fledged diet, people feed animals. Not far from the house in which I live, there is a small pond. In the spring wild ducks fly there. And the inhabitants of the microdistrict took care of them. Birds do not offend, they have become almost tame. And in that year, when our city was on the verge of an ecological catastrophe (the rain flooded the purification facilities and left the city without drinking water), people stood long lines to cars with water to provide their families, but did not forget about the stray animals.
It seems to me that we still do not do a lot of good for the animal world. Are we always sensitive to all animals? Apparently not. Often we love only our four-legged friends and without hesitation we offend strangers or homeless people, draws. There are cases when parents, fulfilling the whim of their child, bring a kitten, birds, a puppy into the house, and then, when the child has a good time, throw a helpless animal into the street. I am amazed by such irresponsibility, it becomes ashamed of human treachery and injustice.
I am convinced that representatives of the animal world, taking our smaller ones, give us much more than we do. They give us affection and devotion, their affection and love. They entrust their lives to us. And we do not have the right not to justify their trust.