I believe that love of animals is an important trait in the character of a person. Kachalov before the meeting with Yesenin imagined him to himself another person, an adult, broad-shouldered, broad-shouldered. At the acquaintance Yesenin appeared as a completely different young, shy and very kind, loving animals.
Even the owner’s host felt this concern. After all, animals accurately feel a good person standing in front of him or not. Yesenin really loved animals very much, he dedicated a lot of poems: “Song of the Dog”, “Lebedushka” – they are so imbued with feeling and compassion for all animals. A person who loves all nature can not be evil and cruel.
I want to recall the work of K. G. “Warm bread”. The protagonist of this work offends the wounded horse, and the evil that he sowed returns to him. Repenting in his act and changing for the better, Filka asks forgiveness from the horse and the village comes in kind and joy. The warmth of the soul should manifest itself in everything: in relation to animals, nature, people around.