When somebody knock your door to seek help?
They are in hunger, cold, do you offer them food?
Most probably, the answer is YES.
Do you only give your compassion and loving kindness to human only?
How about if there are any animal come to your house and they are in desperate condition to seek help?
Do you want to offer a helping hand?
Do you treat them equally?
Three days ago, a little black kitten came to our garden. We believe Little White, our lovely cat, who brought him home again.
Of course, we’ll offer food and shelter to him. He is too little, if we don’t offer helping hand, he might not able to make it. It’s raining season now.
The kitten looked so similar to “ADIK”, the little kitten who passed away in June’13. She was brought home by Little White too.
Little kitten was so friendly, he seem like to know every one of us…
We can play and even carry him the next day.
However, my neighbor was compliant and wanted to throw Little Black away as he claimed that the little kitten was shit in his house.
Imagine, if the little kitten being throw away, he might not able to survive, this action might indirectly kill him.To ensure his safety, we told our neighbour that we are going to adopt the little kitten.
We brought the little black to see the Vet, deworm, followed by applying flea medicines and he had flu and cough….Hopefully, he can recover soon.
We called him Little Black, our new member at home.
We are grateful to learn from our lovely Little White who is always showing his loving kindness and compassion to all beings.
“When the unfortunate cannot find help,
those who are blessed must go to them. “
Jing-Si Aphorism by Master Cheng-Yen