“Animals are a window to your soul and a doorway to your spiritual destiny. If you let them into your life and allow them to teach you, you will be better for it.”― Kim Shotola, The Soul Watchers: Animals’ Quest to Awaken Humanity

God’s creations

“Wherever there are wild animals in the world, there is always an opportunity for caring, compassion and kindness.”― Paul Oxton

Animals are the creations of God. They are as much important in the scheme of things as men. Animals, nature and man constitute the ecology. Harm to any of these means the disturbance of the ecological balance. Moreover, as God’s best creation, man has the responsibility to look after the welfare of the animals, which undoubtedly look forward to man for protection and survival. If man fails to do this duty it would be a moral crime on his part.

Respect to Almighty

“love about any animal or bird is pure because in that love u dont expect anything from them”― Kedar dhepe

Love of animals is the love of God. It is wrong to do harm to the animals, to beat them and kill them. Animals are generally good. They do not harm anybody unless they are harmed. They kill others for necessity and sport. Even ferocious animals like tigers and snakes do not injure or kill anybody unless they are attacked. Love of animals is an essential part of human nature. The domestic animals like cows, dogs, cats serve us faithfully. Small animals are dumb and meek. They depend on us. So, it is wrong to oppress and kill them. It is our moral duty to love them and keep them in their own places If we love them, they will love us and thus a natural bond will be established.

Love to nature

“The way you treat the animals around you will be the nature of the animal within you”
― Sir P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar

Animals like tigers, lions, deer end many others are part and parcel of Nature. They provide beauty and harmony to Nature. Reckless destruction of these animals is as bad as rash demolition of forests. Preservation of wild animals is a duty for all. They maintain the balance in nature. Moreover, they are a big attraction to the children, men and foreigners. We like to see the variety of God’s creations. It is also our duty to preserve them.