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By encouraging me to be a caretaker for my pets, my parents taught me the meaning of responsibility, consistency and perhaps even love.

So I've often wondered if the Bible supports animal activism and what exactly God would say if I posed the question, "Do You love dogs?

In the Bible, we observe the repeating story of how a loving shepherd is chosen by God to lead the spiritual flock of the Jewish people after previously demonstrating his dedication to a flock of sheep (Midrash, Shemot Rabah 2:2).And imagine what message we bequeath to our children when we say that to become truly righteous and spiritually fulfilled, we must cultivate a sensitivity towards animals, as it says "A righteous person knows the needs of the animal" (Proverbs )!Perhaps this is why God specifically made Noah build an ark to save all the animals during the Flood.When we use our free will responsibly, acting with compassion and sensitivity, we become like God, as it says, "Just as He is compassionate, so should you be compassionate.Just as He is righteous, so should you be righteous" (Midrash Sifre Deuteronomy 49).

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