It’s not everyday you’d come across people who care so much about other living creatures!
25 year-old Mohd Amin Fuad Ramli from Alor Gajah is a fisherman, who spends his spare time giving burials for dead cats he finds on the street.
Although he has faced a lot of stigma from people in his neighbourhood, Amin doesn’t care because he knows he’s doing the right thing.
He has buried cats for 13 years, according to Harian Metro. During that time, he has managed to bury over 500 cats in total! So why is he so passionate about this?
Well, according to Amin, he thinks every living thing is precious and cats, just like humans, have dignity and deserve to be treated with respect, even in death.
Instead of leaving them out to rot on the streets, cats’ bodies should also be treated respectfully as well.
His unique life philosophy was formed when he was just a young boy.
“I’ve done this since I was 12 years old. If I see a dead cat, I can’t bear to see it lying like that and I need to bury it.”
We’re impressed at how humble Amin is, and salute him for being respectful to all of nature’s creatures, no matter how small they may be. The world needs more people like him!
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