Jenny Jinya, a freelance illustrator and digital media student from Germany, has gathered hundreds of thousands of fans across many platforms with her animal-meets-death comics. Don’t be alarmed if such thought occurs to you. Jenny is not just pro-animal rights in the comics, but she is also not a villain in the Death version of Jenny. Rather, she is a caring guide who leads the animals to their new home.Jenny starts the series with ‘Good Boy’ and ‘Black Cat,’ then moves on to bunnies and elephants, but this time she focuses on the abandoned creatures that we rarely discuss as suffering pets: parrots.
Jenny feels that there are a variety of reasons why parents purchase so-called pocket animals for their children. “Birds, like hamsters and fish, are looked regarded as small animals that don’t require a lot of attention. People realise they haven’t done enough study when these little animals start making a mess,” Bored Panda explains.
“Macaws are small, charming, and affordable parrots. The ferocity and intricacy of these animals are certainly underestimated far too often. We’re discussing exotic birds that are naturally wild. These birds are not ornamental; they are loud, enjoy flying, and require it. Attention You can’t just set it next to your grandmother’s flowerpot and disregard it, Jenny explained.
Here’s what the artist had to say when sharing the comic
In defence of animals, Animal Protection International recognised that parrots may be entertaining and attractive; they are bright, can learn tricks, and may provide companionship to some individuals.
The group did concur, however, that the companion parrot had joined the ranks of America’s most neglected homeless pets. “They have the same wild qualities as their wild-born cousins who live in shrubs and jungles, even if grown in captivity.” The roaring sounds aid parrot communication with their mates and flocks in the vicinity.
Larger parrot species produce piercing, ear-irritating calls that can be heard for kilometres. With their shrill, ear-piercing screams that are often frequent and irritating, baby parrots may be heard from great distances. According to In Defense of Animals, even the tiniest parrots, such as the Little Macaw (commonly known as a macaw or macaw), are known to be quite loud and nerve-wracking for certain people.
Jenny emphasised that dogs may be both delightful and essential to children. Parents should be aware, however, that their child may not always be able to meet all of the animal’s requirements.”One should not leave this obligation totally to the child,” the artist continued, “and one should adequately tell oneself what he is engaged in before making any purchase.”