Jenny Jinya’s 311k Instagram followers are well aware of the terms of their agreement with her. Her comic strips are not for the faint of heart, as they expose the horrifying truth of human animal brutality. Jenny’s tales have been called as “tearjerkers” that will linger in our minds for days.
The German artist is back with a heartbreaking cartoon about a dog bred to fight other canines. Jenny apologised for taking so long, saying, “It was painfully hard to sketch,” which we understand. Jenny isn’t the first individual to bring animal cruelty to the public’s attention. Her previous comic strips featured a powerful black cat, a duck, an albatross, a lion, and an elephant.
1 Jenny just released a new strip showing the cruel practice of dog fights
Jenny was called to learn more about what prompted her to create this comic strip about a dog fighter. It turns out that the artist was continually concerned about the dogs’ poor reputation. She knew they were the nicest creatures because they belonged to her pals.
Pit bulls are regularly compelled to fight and suffer terrible injuries as a result. Jenny was well aware of this. However, prior to painting, she undertook research that showed a darker aspect to it. “At first, I didn’t realise pit bull puppies were stolen and taught in part from normal homes. These creatures had hoped for a loving home, but instead found themselves in a world of violence and isolation.” The German illustrator said, “The more I read about this blood sport, the heavier my heart felt.” This charming strip was inspired by Jenny’s great melancholy.
It turns out, Jenny was reluctant to work on the topic because it was too painful
Jenny expressed her exhaustion at the thought of writing such profound pieces. “It’s painful enough to conduct study on the subject,” she admitted, “but when I sketch up the storyboard, a few tears flow down my cheeks as well.”
Her recent comic about a dog fighter emphasised how awful an act of animal cruelty it is. “The canines have been raised in confinement, drugged, tormented, and mistreated since they were puppies.” “Conditioned to be aggressive and ready to combat,” the musician wrote in the post, which earned 127K likes in just two days.
Dog fighting is a felony offence in all 50 states, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Dog fighting victims, according to their report,
Dogs’ ears and tails may be docked to “restrict the regions another dog can hold onto in a fight” and “to cut off body language signs.”
Victims may also be given medications like “anabolic steroids” to help them grow muscle mass and become more violent. Other narcotic medications are used to “increase aggression and mask pain or fear” during a fight.