Kittbull: a nice adoption story

 

A cat and a pit bull make friends and flee from an evil dog owner. The Pixar film “Kitbull” is cute, dramatic – and unfortunately realistic.

 

 

“Kitbull” is not only incredibly cute and dramatic – but unfortunately also quite realistic. 💔

Actually, filmmaker Rosana Sullivan wanted to tell the story of an unusual friendship. She herself is rather shy, much like the little cat who in “Kitbull” first looks at a large pit bull fearfully, then even scratches out of sheer panic – and finally makes friends with him.

The message is clear: it is worth looking beyond apparent differences, because even a grim-looking dog is actually a playful and friendly animal.

In the end, “Kitbull” shows something else: The kitten encourages the pit bull to flee together from its owner, who chains the dog outside and injures him badly.

Unfortunately, this tethering is a reality, especially in the USA, and in Germany, too, certain dog breeds, in particular, are often kept by people who see them as a fighting tool rather than a living being – which is why we have been requesting a dog license for a long time.

The family that ultimately adopted the dog and cat in film would probably get it easily, because they approach the animals gently and treat them with love.

A happy ending that reminds us that keeping animals is a responsible task – and that you should never buy an animal because there are enough that are eagerly awaiting adoption.

 

https://www.petazwei.de/kitbull

And I mean…You can do that when you find an abandoned animal: adopt! thousands of them want nothing more than a house, a little food and love;

thausands abandoned animals are waiting in sad shelters for someone to change their miserable lives.

 

 

An adoption is a hard blow to the irresponsibility and ignorance of the assholes, they put animals on the street like they do with their garbage bags every day.

We correct the misery that others have created.
Because animals only have us!

My best regards to all, Venus

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