Ratan Tata’s love for dogs wins hearts again when he asks for help finding a home for ‘Sprite’ | Photo Credit: Instagram
New Delhi: When it comes to people in the corporate world who are admired in this country, Tata Sons Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata tops the list of many. The eight-year-old industrialist is loved and respected for his humble, down-to-earth and kind nature. Another reason many people love the president of the Tata Trusts is because of his love for animals, especially dogs.
Tata’s love for dogs is definitely not a secret. In fact, one look at his Instagram profile and past interviews is enough to tell you how much affection and love he has for animals. Not only has the industrialist shared photos of his puppies on his Insta profile, but he has also shared several posts on dog adoptions to help find a perfect family for injured and abandoned dogs.
On Saturday, the industrialist again asked people to help him find a loving family for a dog named ‘Sprite’. He shared photos and videos of Sprite and wrote in the caption: “You have helped me generously and successfully twice before and for that I am grateful. I ask you to help me once again find a loving family for Sprite, who has been through a lot and his hind legs are paralyzed after an accident. The adoption link is in the bio. “
The post was immediately flooded with likes and comments. One user said, “This is how you use your large audience for a good cause. We need more people like you, sir.”
Since Sprite has permanent hind leg paralysis due to injury and trauma, he uses a wheeled dog cart. A user had a question about it and asked, “Sir, please ignore me, but I want to ask a question about the sprite. How does the sprite’s urinary excretion work? Call someone?” To this, Tata replied, “@urbanngabru fortunately due to his recent treatment, Sprite can urinate on his own. You can find more details in the form.”
Note that this is not the first time that Tata has asked people for help finding a home for a dog. In March, she shared photos of a puppy named ‘Sur’ and said: “After having changed families several times,” Sur “no longer has a family to care for her. You can still see the spirit and love that she carries and hope. to belong somewhere. It’s heartbreaking to get attached to someone and never see them again. “
“Last time, all of you generously helped me find Myra a loving family. I hope that together we can do the same for“ Sur. ”If you think you can open your home to her, or know someone who can, give her some Thinking seriously and complete my bio link. I really look forward to the day when we don’t have to do this again. #onehomeatatime, “he added.
Last year, in November too, he posted on his Insta, “Of all the different sufferings animals have to go through today, my heart really breaks for those left behind by families. I can’t imagine what they must go through their minds. one day they have a home, and the next they don’t. The goodness in 9-month-old Myra’s eyes still lingers after being abandoned, and I really could use your help finding a family for her. Please don’t rush into making this decision , but if you know someone or if you are that someone willing to make her believe in us again, please complete the link in my bio #onehomeatatime “.
All previous attempts were successful and Tata shared that the dogs found loving new families. He wants the same thing to happen again.
Last month, Tata shared some adorable photos from her Diwali celebration with her adopted dogs. Tata captioned his Instagram post, “Heartwarming moments with the adopted dogs from Bombay House this Diwali, especially Goa, my office buddy.” It’s worth noting that earlier this year, Tata revealed in an Instagram story what he looks forward to every day at the office: meeting his “friend” Goa, one of the dogs that live at Bombay House, the world headquarters of Tata Group.