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Q. Can you tell us something about yourself?

A. I am Radhika and I have a six-year-old Labrador whom I had rescued from a home where he was ill-treated. I also foster kittens till I can find homes for them.


Q. Can you tell us something about your pet?

A. My dog is very playful and naughty. He has been with me for about 5 years. Also, I have recently fostered a kitten who is 5 months old and she is dog-friendly.


Q. What was it like when you first saw her?

A. The kitten was in a very bad shape as she was very badly wounded. Seeing her hurt I quickly picked her up and rushed her to the vet. With time, her wounds have healed and she is currently in a good health.


Q. What has been the biggest challenge of being a pet parent?

A. When I found her, I thought she might not make it but, thanks to my continuous effort and hope she is in very good condition. Now all I require is a loving home who would take care of her for the rest of her life so that she can be happy.


Q. What has been the rewarding part of being a pet parent?

A. Having a pet is quite rewarding because they give you unconditional love and accept you the way we are. When you reach home after a hectic day, the welcome that you receive from them gives you the satisfaction that there is someone who loves you very much. You also look forward to meeting them after a tiring day.


Q. What has been your learning experience of being a pet parent?

A. Since my cat was in a bad shape, I learnt to take care of an injured cat and how to treat their wounds. I also learned how to give saline to a cat on my own.


Q. Can you give us a message for new/aspiring pet parent?

Getting a pet is a commitment and you must give your 100% as they are just like small children. Again, like humans even pets fall sick so you shouldn’t abandon them when they are sick, your pet trusts you that you will always be there for them and you should never break their trust.