OCT - NOV - DEC 2016 Top Stories in the Issue
HIGH PAWS HERO!
He may not be able to please the public all the time, but as long as his canine companions are happy, that's all that really
matters to handsome hunk Sooraj Pancholi, a pawsome parent to six dogs.
BACK TO LIFE
After a lactating dog died saving her daughter from drowing, Mumbaikar Amanpreet Kaur has made it her mission to as many dogs'
lives as possible.
FAREWELL, MY SON!
One can never underestimate the powerful draw of a bond with a being that loves us unconditionally, asking very little
in return. Losing this comfort and source of joy can be incomprehensible.
Rafael Mantesso’s wife left him on his 30th birthday. She took everything with her: the cookware, the furniture and furnishings, all their photos — everything. The only thing she left Rafael was the dog, a bull terrier named Jimmy Choo.
’With only Jimmy for company, I found inspiration in my blank walls and my best friend and started snapping photos of Jimmy Choo as he trotted and cavorted around the house in glee. When Jimmy collapsed in happy exhaustion next to the white wall, I grabbed a marker and drew a new world around my ginger-eared pup. Suddenly, I felt this long-dormant inspiration for drawing — for art, for life — returning,’ recounts Rafael.