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National Pet Day | Go p-awww with these pet stories by BYJUites

Team StoryWeavers|May 09, 2023, 15:53 IST|
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National Pet Day is an occasion to celebrate the immense delight pets bring to our lives but if you are a pet parent you know that every day is a celebration with fur babies by your side! 

This year, BYJUites shared their love for their pets on social media and it truly is an overload of cuteness. 

Here is a glimpse of the posts to make your day brighter! 


On this special occasion, Pawhood, a community at BYJU’S for pet owners and animal lovers, launched a new series, Tales of Tails. Through this series, we meet BYJUite pet parents and their adorable pets. In the first feature, Clement C talks about his cheerful 2-year-old Labrador. 

Tales of Tails

Let’s hear from a few members of the Pawhood community about how their pets changed their lives and their message to all pet parents & animal lovers out there. 

Sweta Bhushan & her pet, Rogger

Student Success Specialist, Mentoring

Our relationship with Rogger, our 7-year-old Labrador goes way back. He is the son of our 14-year-old dog who passed away in 2020 so he is the second generation of fur babies in our home. Now, Rogger is a central part of our lives. Right from eating with us to travelling together, we ensure he is included in every aspect. Having a pet really changes you and your perspective on life. Their loyalty and little quirks win your hearts in an instant.

Aashish Limje and his pet, Snow

Student Councillor

Snow, our 2-year-old pet, entered our lives during the first wave of COVID-19. Like most others, my wife and I were alone at home, locked down and lonely due to isolation. That’s when we decided to adopt Snow. Sometime after, my wife was hospitalised for COVID, and Snow and I were at home. This unfortunate situation brought us closer and we began caring for each other and developed a strong companionship. 

My only message to all people looking to adopt is that please know it is a huge responsibility like raising a baby. If you are unsure of your commitment levels, you can feed the dogs/cats on your street; it’s about making a difference.

Tanusha Tyagi and her pet, Cuddle

Math Tutor

I have an elder sister who is quite busy with her academics and work. Moreover, I am an introverted girl who isn’t very social and that’s when I knew a pet could fill a space in my life. And indeed, it did! 

One thing that my family and I are very particular about is never to tie up Cuddle, whether at home or outside, as he needs his space and freedom too. 

One very important lesson I learned from my previous pet, Devil, who we lost due to Cancer, is that their time is limited so I urge all pet parents to not only take care of their pets but also to shower them with attention & affection. That’s all they want, anyway!

Tell us in the comments if you have a pet that changed your life too. 

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About the Author

A marketing professional, Sanya enjoys ideating and brainstorming to come up with crazy ideas that create lots of fun-filled moments for BYJUites. Outside of work, you can find her playing with her dogs (or any dog, really), watching movies, having biryani, or going for long drives singing along to some loud Bollywood music. She also loves hoarding journals to just scribble in random thoughts or make to-do lists. Write to her at or to share a story or just say "hi".

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