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  1. Ahsan, you deserve a lot of credit for your ability to maintain some sanity with all of the insanity around you.
    I don’t know how you keep your calm and cool. Maybe you internalize your rage. I don’t know.
    I doubt that I would come anywhere near being calm, needless to say, quiet in your same circumstances.

    • I keep my self cool because I am alone and people here look innocents but they are BAST*RDS. I am afraid of my family, not for my self and even not to be hanged after MURDER any cruel. 🙁

      This is my weakness 🙁

      Otherwise a man like me with full combat training and considering every thing as weapon, Just think about RAMBO!!! beyond the imagination a killing machine 🙁

      But a man is man if he controls his anger DEE, My energy goes to help animals and people, It is the positive disposal of my energy, What you say???? 😉

  2. It must be so very hard for a cat lover like you Ahsan, living in Pakistan. I can only imagine the horror of seeing children killing kittens, they need to be educated that all living creatures feel fear and pain and have the right to live.
    What can one man and his family do alone! Only save those cats and kittens one at a time and remember this saying which is so true:
    ‘Saving one animal won’t change the world, but it will change the world for that one animal’
    Author Unknown

    • Ruth I totally echo your sentiments. Ahsan no wonder you are sad I’m sorry but your neighbours appear in comparison to you so uncivilised. When you said that you and your wife sometimes go for a walk or out on your bikes the simplicity of that sounds wonderful in so many things you sound at peace and I just feel that to be completely at peace for you would be a community where the cats weren’t being killed I think that would complete you life and put you completely at peace for you are a man of simple needs and I don’t think you would ask for more would you?

      God bless you Ahsan for all the kind and generosity of spirit you show these cats.

      • I am man of peace Leah, and I have very less needs. I am not a man of greed and that is what I will never be. I am like MAHATMA GOTHAM BUDDHA. When I was young in my age, Islamabad was under the development stages and I used to spent all nights in the jungles alone and used to meditate there.

        Often the local police van used to deliver me at home and my father claimed me in these words:
        “Yes he is my son, but he has become mad, so please if you see him anywhere leave him alone, he is in peace and will harm no one.”

        The police men often used to whisper,” Pray for my promotion! Oh saint of Allah”. Buuuaaaa IGNORANCE IGNORANCE IGNORANCE

        For my self I need nothing, only my mom, dad, wife, daughters around me. Nothing more than that. My mission is cat welfare and for that we as a family are working hard daily and facing the cruelty reports daily.

        You know what, if you will travel to Pakistan, you will see a very rare population of feral cats. So the answer is now not hidden that HOW WE CONTROL THE POPULATION OF OUR FERAL CATS? Is it hidden for you all anymore????? 🙁

    • I have adjusted the issue of living in Pakistan. I am perhaps the last Pakistani who does not wanna leave my land and the rest of them wanna move to west at any cost. But really I love my soil and I am in no greed to travel to the west, yes I will if there is a need for extra knowledge to understand a modern system for the welfare of cats and kittens, otherwise I have adjusted my self here according to the environment and cruel culture. I have made my western world within the borders of my HOME SWEET HOME. My daughters are like your children and have manners like ENGLISH lords n knights. Perhaps one day when any one of you visit to me, you will self observe the whole situation outside my home and within my home.

      My nation is getting education but that education is equal to Bu*l Sh*t. The child of 10th class can even not write an essay in Urdu about his father and in English , that means hell for him 😉

      If I start to teach this nation today, maybe I will become the ancestor of AHSAN the VIIIth and still one of your grand grand child will write an article about a boy of Pakistan’s boy killing a kitten at home. 😉

      Nothing is possible until the religious and parental level change does not occur in this land. I asked a woman who was MASTERS in ISLAM, When did imam Abu Hanifa (one of the greatest sunni creed Imam) was born? and she started shouting at me. She did not know that. So if a master degree holder have no knowledge about what she has gained during the session of her master degree, how can I expect a silly child to be corrected.

      Ruth! every cup must be utilized and every stone needed to be unturned. I am alone 🙁

      • Yes you are alone there apart from your family who think as you do, but never forget that your PoC family are with you in thought and in Spirit and sending you love and strength for your wonderful work.

      • Love your comment. There is a lot of passion and anger at the ignorance around you. I can sympathize. Ignorance is a terrible blight on the planet. Ruth always says, and she is correct, cat welfare is about education.

        • Ofcourse you all ar my friends and I got no one physically here who can understand the love and care aspect of cats.

          I am lucky that I have you all online , even on my facebook. And I tell you that my own relatives are astonished where you all came from 😉

      • You are not alone Ahsan you have your family, your spirituality, beliefs, cats and you have serenity. You also have your Poc family 🙂

  3. Respected brother Rudolph <3

    I never hid truth behind the curtains of lies. I know it is harmful for us to just bark out the truths in these countries like India and Pakistan. I know I am endangering my life through this but I don't care for that because Pakistan is my lovely country and soil, in which I am gonna buried. I hate lies. I just want to see an amended Pakistan as India has improved a lot regarding every aspect of life. Why can't we Pakistanis leave the old historical cruel memories and start with a hard working , positive and struggling effort thinking to improve our country (as a whole).

    Our politicians act like NERO of ROME. The ROME was burning in hell fire and he was sitting on a top of plateau with a flute.

    I hate this really I do. We need change. At least we must realize that we are living in the second millennium.

    So sorry but India is improving day by day and we are at the same road as we were at the partition of sub-continent. BBBbbbuuuuaaaaa.

    Thank you for sharing your kind comments brother, I always wait for your reply. God bless you, ameen <3

    • Well said, Ahsan. I am sure the whole world wants to see Pakistan develop economically and with respect to all the usual services and laws and to stop playing political games with respect to terrorism. I’d like to see a root and branch change and improvement in animal welfare in Pakistan.

  4. Mr Ahsan Ul Haq thanks for giving a insight into average Pakistani living.I have met Pakistani origin Britishers but never ever a Pakistan citizen from Pakistan.Reasons are very obvious to you as a Pakistan citizen and me as a Indian citizen.I was under the impression that cats are very elite pets in Pakistan society as Islam favours cats as pets compared to dogs. In India dogs are more popular as pets since they can be fed on a vegetarian diet as most of the elite wealthy Indian population is vegetarian.In India its now become fashionable to purchase expensive dogs and sadly a few are discarded on the streets by their owners, akin to disposable luxuries.Thanks to “P.O.C” that cultural knowledge is attained as well as the betterment of cats.

  5. There is so much to say. Why is animal welfare neglected by the authorities in Pakistan? It really is time that they proved they have a civilised approach to life. The state of animal welfare law in a country and its enforcement is indicative of the level of sophistication in a society.

    It must be tough for you caring as you do in a place that does not really care.

    • I will write on the political aspects of Pakistan, Michael.

      All my articles will cover the main theme”WELFARE OF CATS (and dogs, too)”

      I am gathering the data. Because it must focus the truth, not as a fire work of new year. 🙁

      Thank you very much for printing my article online and rectifying my mistakes there in.

      I am always in a painful state when I write about 2014s Pakistan. I am never happy. I am always crying upon that.

      Now a days the nation is facing a terrible load shedding of electricity. That is why when I was chatting with you last night, the electricity just gone for 1 and a half hours. I apologize for that.

      Thank you again my respected friend and please take a good care of yourself, at last I may say, HAVE A CAT FOR YOUR OWN HOME FOREVER <3

      • Thanks for your support Ahsan. It is welcome. I do edited (at least read) everyone’s articles. I made a few small changes to yours without changing your style which I like. It is from Pakistan by a Pakistani. That flavour is important. Thank you for writing it.

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