Ohana means family. Family means no one get left behind, or forgotten.
This is the sentence that I repeat the most after watching Lilo and Stitch. Stitch, an alien from outer space, with no feelings or whatsoever, began to understand the meaning of family, the meaning of love after meeting Lilo. Lilo treated Stitch like her own family even though Stitch's looks are not the usual puppy that Lilo claim him to be.
Now, what if everyone is like Lilo, treating dogs, cats or any animal for that matter, just like our own family. Think about the puppies and kitten that wanders the street finding food and shelter, risking their life. How helpless they are when they cant find any shelter when the rain come pouring down. How hungry they are after being chased away again and again when they are begging for food.
There are groups and even individuals who devoted parts of their life rescuing these animals, giving them shelter, finding a suitable home for them.
Chan Kah Yein, the author of the always-updated blog, www.myanimalcare.org, and the volunteers have helped a lot of misfortunate animals. They raised funds, sponsors neutering and spaying for the rescued cats and dogs (to avoid more kitties and puppies who end up in the streets). Passions is what motivates them.
You can do your part also. You can join this campaign.
How does this campaign work?
- Raise awareness of animal protection and sign declaration. Achieving this at the United Nations will create the required pressure for governments to put in place firm laws and enforcement for animal welfare.
Animals cant speak. So, we need to speak for them..
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