Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Aquarium: Limited Life

I have observed that aquariums have become a status symbol...People keep it to show-off. For many children or even elders, it is a mode of entertainment. But have we ever imagined, by keeping in aquarium, we are taking fishes' life. They are given a limited boundary, where they have to spend their whole life in an artificial environment. What if, we are kept in between fishes for the whole life and we eat only when we are fed. Just imagine, this cruelty against not only fishes but also other living beings is disgusting. Please stop this. Do not buy any living thing...they have life, what if they can't SPEAK...?

Photo Courtesy: www.filetransit.com

3 comments:

Rajib said...

True said..

Sandy said...

I agree with you. I inherited a bird from my grandson's mom, she bought it and didn't want it. I was so tempted to let it go, it's a cockatiel...but the poor little bird can't fly well and seems to be somewhat blind. I'll have her with me at least seventeen years probably as they live a long time. I've had her for four. I leave her cage open all the time so she can come fly around my enclosed deck but she hardly ever comes out.

Megha said...

Poor birdie...:( I really feel bad about every living thing who is caged by human beings...