Thursday, September 21, 2017
Who are actual Animals? Just because they are homeless and helpless, aren’t they treat or abuse badly. Reason of increasing stray animals in Delhi or in India is the abandoned pets. When owner is not able to take care of their pets properly. Today’s reaction of public is son weird and even they stoop so low to harm them, it was so hard to distinguish between who are actual human and animals. Only their insensitive behavior make them wild and harmful. But the fact is, any street animal needs love care and humble behavior towards them as we human need but in return of their calm nature what they get harshness.
WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR THEM
Animals and strays lived on street are not having proper diet and hygiene. If you are a pet lover then it’s obvious to find every stray tempting and probably you wants to feed them too. But in same way it might be risky because few are calm, quiet and harmless but most of strays are harmful and violent at the same time. But still you need take some precautions. As when you want them to bath, keep in mind they scared of water and they will bite you or harm you. So firstly put some warm water on their back and make them sure that it’s not harmful at all, calm them by rubbing their back and soon they will enjoy bathing. If you’re in frequent contact with stray animal, vaccinate yourself before touching them.
Adopting them is not only option left to you for their necessity but also we can provide them with artificial and man-made shelter for them. Making shade for them where they usually come nearby your area and you can also give them fresh food. Usually it was seen that people used to feed atrocious and scrap supplements to them. We can’t let them to lead awful life as they clearly don’t deserve it. If we love our pets so much then similarly that’s our moral duty to take care of them as our own. We should treat them like our own pets. We can’t hold every stray at home rather give them enough love and showing kind behavior wherever we encounter them.
GOVERNMENT ACTS AGAINST MISBEHAVING WITH STREET ANIMALS
In the government constitutional fundamental rights under article 51(g) it was duty of residence to take care of the dogs and living creatures nearby their house and make the place peaceful and friendly. Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules, 2001, under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 vide the Gazette of India: Extra Ordinary Part II – Sec. 3 – sub section. II dated 24th December 2001 to implement sterilization and vaccination of street/community dogs to control the dog population. A Direct Order dated 3rd March 2008 was issued by Animal Welfare Board of India, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India (D.O. AWBI/PCA/3.3.2008), referring to the above-mentioned Memo and provides for immunity to animal feeders and restrict government employees or bodies such as Resident Welfare Associations from harassing people who try to feed or help animals.