Jack the Cat is such a beautiful book. Jack the Cat is about a little kitten, by the name of Jack, who goes through many trials, including losing his mother and family to humans.
Jack the Cat is a very sentimental and heart warming story. I cried, and cried, and cried the first time I read it. :cry: Jack’s mission is so moving. He seeks to help all humanity have compassion for animals and respect their needs and wants of a safe, happy home with interaction, food, water, and love, just like us. I completely agree with this. That is why I became vegan.
I think we can all learn valuable lessons from this book. Some are: feeding our animals well, enjoying their company, and speaking up for animals. If animals are being abused, they can’t say anything! We can the animal’s voice. We can learn important values we should practice from animals. For example, nurturing: animals are very loving to each other.
Jack the Cat also teaches that animals have feelings. Yes, feelings. May sound funny to some of you reading this blog post, but they actually do, just like you and I. They are capable of feeling hunger when you don’t feed them, thirst when you don’t give them water, grief when people take them away from their family, loss when they have no place to call home, and so on. I recommend the Jack the Cat book highly to animal lovers, pet owners; even if you don’t love animals, I highly recommend it for anyone.
The messages I want to leave with you this month are to:
- Speak up for the animals.
- If you have a pet, treat them the way you would like to be treated if you were an animal
- Love them, be their friend and life long companion
- If you have a pet, provide them high quality foods and bathrooms.
- If you have a pet make sure to keep them safe
- Last but not least, if you are a parent, teach your children to love and take care of animals.
I leave you with this in the name of animals.