World Animal Welfare Day: TV actors and pet parents talk about animal care and welfare

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They say the best therapist has fur and four legs! Animals are an important part of our ecosystem and have been a very important part of human life. On this World Animal Welfare Day, & TV performers and pet parents express their love for their four-legged babies and elaborate on their well-being. These include Ambrish Bobby (Ramesh Prasad Mishra from

Aur Bhai Kya Chal Raha Hai?
), Archana Mittal (Anuradha Agarwal of

Ghar Ek Mandir-Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki
), Vishal Nayak (Manish Agarwal of Ghar Ek Mandir-Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki), Himani Shivpuri (Katori Amma of

Happu Ki Ultan Paltan
) and Nehha Pendse (Anita Bhabi from

Bhabiji Ghar By Hai
).

Ambrish Bobby as Ramesh Prasad Mishra from & TV

Aur Bhai Kya Chal Raha Hai?

said, “I love my little Lily like my own child, and I can go all the way for her good health and happiness. She is an independent breed, and I adopted her when she was a cute little puppy. . Even though Lily has grown up she still acts like a little puppy, and I love to pamper her. But what hurts me is that a lot of dogs on the streets, like Lily, are mistreated. They too deserve the help. love and affection, so as humans we need to become more sensitive to these voiceless creatures and help them as much as possible. “

Archana Mittal as Anuradha Agarwal from & TV

Ghar Ek Mandir-Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki

says, “I am the proud parent of five dogs comprising two Labradors-Yogi and Maya and three Indies-Guapa, Mowgli and Milli. These five babies fill my life with happiness and unconditional love. People might not be aware of the causes animals, too, to have mental health issues. Loud noises, inhuman behavior or even petty fights in the household cause trauma in them. Therefore, I do my best to keep an environment very happy and positive for them and pamper them with lots of love. “

Himani Shivpuri as Katori Amma from & TV

Happu Ki Ultan Paltan
, adds: “Arya and I have been inseparable since I brought her home. She is my furry baby and I can love her like my own daughter. I firmly believe that animals are made of pure love. and selfless and they deserve the world. Animals need care, love and affection like us, so we need to take care of them, meet their basic needs and give them lots of love. “

Vishal Nayak, as Manish Agarwal of & TV

Ghar Ek Mandir-Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki

says, “In my opinion, being a pet parent is a huge responsibility because they are no less than any human baby. Their health and well-being is extremely crucial. I ensure regular check-ups, good physical shape and a healthy diet for my pet baby I feel bad when I see people buying or adopting pets, not taking good care of them and mistreating them. Laws need to be stricter to such inhumane activities.

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Nehha Pendse as Anita Bhabi of & TV

Bhabiji Ghar By Hai

who has five adorable dogs named Teddy, Champagne, Whiskey, Cupcake, Cookie and also two cats Aisha and Ash, says “The love of animals is selfless and unconditional. They bring happiness to your life like no one else. My pet babies are my stress relievers. When I come home after a long, hectic day, they come to me with so much love and warmth that I forget all the fatigue. I make sure I spend lots of time with them, play with my babies and give them a good hug. They give me tremendous emotional support and motivate me to stay stronger. On this Animal Welfare Day, I urge everyone to treat all animals with love and to feed or shelter them whenever possible. Let’s all be compassionate to these beautiful souls. “

Article first published: Monday October 4th, 2021, 17:41 [IST]

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