In modern society where human rights violation is a daily reality, the basic rights of animals are left even further behind, despite possessing emotions that mean they too suffer the pain of disappointment and seek love and care.
Amid the grim condition of street animals, Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) has decided to shift 30,000 street dogs outside the city.
Many animal welfare organizations are raising their objection and protesting over the matter.
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People for Animal Welfare Foundation (Paw Foundation) came up with an eye-catching as well as thought-provoking way to deliver their message by painting graffiti on the walls of the city.
A UNB photojournalist captured photos of some graffiti on the walls of Satmosjid Road in Dhamondi.
A graffiti depicts the starving street animals including dogs and cats in city.
A cat and her child waiting for leftover food from their owners.
Some provisions of the Animal Welfare Act 2019 explained in a graffiti.
The graffiti explains the benefits derived by human beings from having animals.