By now, you should be familiar with Jenny-Jinya, a comic artist whose name you may have heard before. In her previous cartoons about a mistreated hamster, she’s drawn terrible images that call attention to animal abuse issues.

Artist demonstrates how peer pressure and ignorance may lead to mistreatment of hamsters in her new comic. He told Bored Panda that he was inspired to make it after witnessing someone’s hamster in an unreasonably small cage on Facebook. When the individual refused to listen to any advise, the counter-argument was essentially just, ‘the employees at the pet store stated that size was sufficient!’ [[Jenny]] replied.

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Jenny-Jinya is a comic artist that focuses on animal cruelty issues, and she recently produced a new one about a mistreated hamster.

Image Credit: Jenny Jinya
Image Credit: Jenny Jinya
Image Credit: Jenny Jinya
Image Credit: Jenny Jinya
Image Credit: Jenny Jinya

People still think of these lovely creatures as “simply hamsters,” Jenny remarked, pointing out that you can typically get one for less than $10. “Anyone may acquire such a little life for a little money,” the artist explained, “often yet under incorrect guidance because many pet store employees aren’t adequately trained.” “It’s not only rodents; it’s a general bad attitude toward animals.”

Image Credit: Jenny Jinya
Image Credit: Jenny Jinya
Image Credit: Jenny Jinya
Image Credit: Jenny Jinya

Jenny believes that doing your homework before acquiring a pet is critical. “Learning about the species you wish to welcome into your house isn’t difficult. It also doesn’t take a lot of time and effort to enhance their lives,” the artist stated. She claims that a few fresh veggies, a well-balanced diet, and occasionally letting the hamster explore the world beyond the cage can help. “Keep their cages clean and educate yourself on the causes and symptoms of common hamster illnesses. Simply accept responsibility for the small existence that is dependent on you,” the artist continued.

Jenny ended her comic with a PSA, like she always does.

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