“A good man will not only treat the animal husband, but he will also treat his wife.
He will treat her as if she were his own child,” said Sathyanarayanan, president of the Animal Husbandry Society.
The society, which advocates for better animal husband and wife care, said its members have worked for decades to help improve the lives of animals in the world.
“They have been doing it for centuries.
In fact, they have been making a living from animal husbandries for generations.
Now, the world is getting the message,” said the society’s founder Sathyanshanan.
Sathya, who has lived in Chittorgarsh for more than two decades, said he wants to help change the culture that encourages animal husbandration and neglect.
“I want to show that there is no need for animal husbandriings in the name of religion.
It is a terrible practice,” he said.
Sathi, who lives in a shelter in Chippagong, said she and her husband are trying to make an impact on the way animals are treated in the shelter.
“We are trying our best to change the mindset of people and create a new way of living together,” she said.
Sathyanadanshananthan, the society founder, said his society’s work is aimed at promoting better animal care in the country and across the world by providing services to help animals in need.
“We are in a position to help people understand that animals are not only our brothers and sisters, but also our friends, our neighbors and our lovers.
It’s our duty to help them understand that they can be trusted to be kind and compassionate,” he told the Times.