Jenny Jenny, a freelance illustrator and comic artist, gathered the following. His good boy and black cat strips are the best reasons for his 400K Facebook followers and 330K Instagram followers. “Jenny Jinya has created not only engaging characters and plots, but her heartbreaking stories also emphasise the severe challenges that both pets and wild animals face in today’s world. abandonment.” Pollution and habitat destruction
Her most recent black comedy is on circus animal abuse. Jenny imagines a lion’s existence in a facility where the king of the jungle is forced to perform. He did an excellent job of demonstrating how cruel we can be to the species with which we share the planet once again.
The artist is all about focusing on animal rights – for those who don’t have their own voice – but some individuals, regrettably, get a totally different message. It is vital to re-discuss its contents with both its subjects and persons in a thoughtless manner. The issue is that many people do not share their entire sense of humour, much less particular pages. They also frequently skip over the last page, where I describe the problem and provide links to other resources or donation opportunities. Some individuals re-read the message and still don’t get it. He thinks I’m just interested in photographing abused animals.
Jenny began to receive hate mail as well. They have no idea that I’m trying to collect money for education. However, it is not their fault, and I may tell them what my jokes are.