Why give up on love?

Dogs and humans have been together for over 15000 years now. It’s been a long, heartwarming, symbiotic and enriching alliance. It’s also something that will continue for aeons. If one goes through the nitpicking, there is no denying that we got a better deal out of this relationship. They teach us a lot of things about ourselves more than anything else but to me, the one aspect that stands out is their undying faith. They simply refuse to give up on you. You might be the sanest person in the world. You might be the cruelest person in the world. You might be the funniest person in the world. You might be the ugliest person in the world. You might be the nicest person in the world. You might be the most gorgeous person in the world. You might be anything anywhere anyhow. Your dog doesn’t give a shit about that bit. To them, what matters is you and your presence. How or what you are with the world outside doesn’t come under their purview. They love you unconditionally and thanks to which, they don’t abandon you no matter what happens. However, you might do the same to them someday, like so many people continue to do by leaving their aged dogs in their street to fend for themselves. And if that doesn’t shock you, you should listen to the excuses humans come up with: “Oh, he was little and cute in the beginning but then he started to grow…” Yes, as if they were supposed to stay puppies throughout their lives? Morons! There’s no compulsion on adopting (yes, adopting is the word, breeding does unimaginably serious damage to their kind) a dog simply because you assume it to be a matter of status symbol. Believe it or not, it’s not. If you can’t raise another living being, don’t get involved. Plain and simple. I sincerely wish this wretched world goes to the dogs — finally. Humans, for the most part, are painfully hopeless.

PS. Continuing with the tradition of unsolicited movie reccos, do watch The Rover (2014) — if you haven’t already — to understand a bit more about selfless love.

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