With Jenny Jinya, People Cry Once More Dogs in New Comics

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Jenny Jinya, an illustrator and cartoonist, is a network celebrity. His comics about animals are the main purpose for his 315000 Facebook and 280000 Instagram followers.

Jinya is skilled at crafting intriguing characters and plots, but her work also addresses the important issues that domestic and wild animals confront today. To name a few, environmental degradation, pollution, and habitat devastation.

This time, the German cartoonist has created a startling strip about a puppy dog. “I apologise for taking so long. Jenny admitted to her fans, “It was incredibly terrible to be attracted to me,” and we agree.

Jenny isn’t the first person to bring attention to animal mistreatment.

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The artist was always bothered by these canines’ infamous reputation. Her pals had raised them, so she knew they were her favourite creatures.

Jenny was well aware that the pit bulls had been forced to fight and had sustained serious injuries as a result. However, the research he conducted prior to drawing revealed a more in-depth aspect of it. For the first time, I learnt that pit dogs are trained to steal from ordinary families,” he explained. These animals had hoped for a loving household but were instead thrust into a world of cruelty and isolation.

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Dogfighting has been classified a serious criminal in all 50 states by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. However, as stated in this article, crime persists, and more dogs and cats are being drawn into these fights.

People are crying and expressing gratitude for his efforts.

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