He tries to save animals so that the future generations can see them

He is Abhishek Jadwani and this is his story:

Life is all about doing something you love.

A heart beats in animals the same as in us. Being a wildlife biologist and an animal rescuer, I will always love and protect animals.

Many times during odd hours I get calls to rescue any birds or snakes and I rush without any hesitations.

When I see dinosaurs in movies or photos, how I wish I could see them alive. Similarly, I try to save animals so our future generations can see them alive.

I work day and night on India’s killer kite festival when hundreds of birds get slaughtered with glass coated strings. It pains me the same. How would you feel if you get a single cut on your body? Last Uttarayan it was a joyous occasion when spirits soared as thousands climbed onto rooftops to fly kites that dotted the sky. But as the revelry ended, I was still left counting the dead and tending to the wounded.

When you hurt or kill animals, you are actually revealing the real animal in you. Being it for anything, stray dogs and cats for fun, elephants for tusks, rhinos for horns, peacocks for feathers, tigers and lions for nails and bones animals have souls: in nature, they have a role so please let them stay free and happy.

When I look into the eyes of an animal, I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul. Please try to stare in their eyes once and let me know your response. I like to shoot animals too but, only with my camera.

In association with Faces Of Rajkot

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