Nobody has the right to denigrate others based on their physical characteristics, and this rule applies to both people and things. Unfortunately, some people use derogatory names to condemn others. Including even animals.
It is necessary to accept all beings for who they are, despite their differences. In spite of the fact that they were not born that way, there are some people who do not understand this and are fixated on evaluating how the coat seems in particular circumstances.
Here's the tale of Alan, a charming one-year-old boxer and mixed martial artist who was born with a genetic disorder that causes his nose to be crooked and inclined to the right when he closes his snout.
After finding him abandoned in Doha, Qatar, Johanna Handley, 41, of Godalming, England, saved Alan the poodle.
In contrast to what puppies may claim, Johanna continues, "Alan is our dog, and we know he's lovely and genuinely special."
Johana was sick of people calling her beloved dog ugly, so she thought of creating a social media account to respond to the insults. Fortunately, the outcomes were outstanding, Alan.
Johanna set up the account Alan the Wonky Dog, which translates to "Alan the wonky dog," to respond to people who are critical of her pet, which only served to complicate matters further.
"Alan's appearance has received a lot of criticism. There is no way, as some have pledged to send me money so that I can pay for the surgery and facial reconstruction that would be required, according to Johanna.
With over 141,000 followers and over a million "likes" on his posts, Alan has established himself as one of the most well-known furries on social media.
Johanna's goal has been to show how amazing her dog is inside and out, regardless how he may appear. She urges people to accept and adopt special needs dogs who have been rescued since they are wonderful beings who should lead loving lives.
Because I was worried about his potential respiratory problems in the future, I had a veterinarian evaluate him before the surgery, and the doctor assured me that he is in perfect condition. He would have to break and rebuild his jaw and nose. For something merely beautiful, it would be a terrible torment. It was pointed out by Johana that it was pointless to subject him to that.
@alanthewonkydogIt's finally here: the enormous Paw of Live Event! Become acquainted with Alan, Lexi, Joker, Wayne, Ryan, Dengosa, and their human companions. You have my undying love, Emilee
Johana has shown incredible bravery and love in defying the attacks against her furry friend. Since she first started her account, her comments and messages have been largely positive.
Johana said, "He was loved by everyone."
Having saved him, Johana feels relieved. He's the missing member of his family.
We should all share Alan's story since it is so heartfelt and will help his mother raise awareness about adopting these strange animals.