In the Syrian war, kittens and other animals faced the maximum atrocities. The towns were almost empty as almost people left their homes in search of a safe place leaving behind their pets. Assad’s force continuously showed cruelty by killing children, torturing animals, and brutally beating elders.
FSA Kittens: A Web Community to Support Syrian Kittens
Amid the vandalism, Mahmoud, a resident of Atlanta saw a report about the kind-heartedness of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters. An August 2012 Guardian report showed the warmth and affection of these fighters towards the wandering kittens. FSA was an active rebel force who was fighting against the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad.
Mahmoud noticed that unlike Assad’s force, the behavior of FSA fighters was very soft and kind towards the strayed animals. He decided to publicize the FSA fighters’ generous efforts in taking care of the homeless kittens. Mahmoud also wanted to spread the message of how much better this FSA force is for Syria compared to Assad’s rule. To draw the world’s attention towards Syrian kittens he started the FSA Kittens community blog on Tumblr.
What is FSA Kitten?
FSA Kitten is a Tumbler blog that collects photographs of the FSA fighter with kittens. After getting huge success on Tumbler he started the same activity on Facebook, as well. The blog FSA Kitten is purely dedicated to Syrian kittens’ survived during the war in Assad’s regime. They received many posts related to the kittens including some well-made documentaries.
More Messages of Love on other Social Media Platforms
Lens Young Homsi is a team of four persons dedicated to documenting. They run a Facebook page which has a huge following of 100,000 people. They have big cat-photo work. The group was documenting the ravages of war and petty conditions of the kittens …Continue Reading