Diwali is a festival of lights, diyas. Probably, that’s why Diwali is also called ‘Deepavali’. Many of us light diyas along with crackers.
The Supreme Court has banned selling of crackers in Delhi and NCR, but they might be pretty much in use in other parts of the country. While some kids enjoy the idea of bursting crackers but they usually end up scaring our pets.
This Diwali, we caught with some of the proud pet owners of the Indian television industry and asked them on their message to fans to make this Diwali a pet friendly one and here is what they had to say.
Ridhi Dogra, Actor
Any message that you will like to give to your fans to have a pet friendly Diwali?
People should become a little more aware and they should think beyond themselves and understand that this world is not just for them to live in but for other creatures that are co-existing with us.
So we need to be careful about little babies, we need to be careful about animals, we should care about our pets and stray animals alike.
There is lot more need for people to do it now because the basic condition of the world has gone so bad that you need to take action and be more alert and aware especially in a day like Diwali.
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