50 x 50 cm | 20" x 20" Acrylic paint
on stretched xl-studio canvas
fine art painting on poured background
To be sure, wildlife is far more at risk than our domesticated pets.
But that doesn´t mean dogs and cats won´t suffer. It´s inevitable
that any progressive and potentially dramatic destabilization in the
already-disorderly nature of the weather is bound to exert it´s
influence on the health of our entire planet - pets included.
The direct effects of heat can be staggering, disease-causing
parasites, pathogens, and the animals that carry them are also on
the move, and high-impact natural disasters like floods, storms and
droughts have a disproportionate impact on animal health.
Climate change means also the reason for human migration -
unfortunately do we all recognise, when humans move, many
animals are left behind - so as cats.