Living My Life Doing What I Love

Scholarship Entrant: Victoria from Harker Heights, Texas
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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If I could make a living out of doing what I love most, I would spend my life saving animals. Any kind of animal, from hamsters to lions, I come across I want to take in and nourish them to be very healthy and give them a loving home. Animals mean everything to me; they are all so beautiful and powerful.
Animals have many purposes to them, some bring comfort and protection. Some are seen as kings and dangerous and more than imagined are seen as punching bags and meat to torture. The mere thought of these poor animals going through any pain brings me to tears. The animals who are left in the heat with no food, water, or even shade, deserve better treatment. The Pit Bulls and fighting dogs deserve to be loved. Not just dogs, but monkeys, bears, cows, birds, all get tortured.
I would spend my days finding these creatures and protecting them from cruel people, and show everyone how loving all of them can be. It would change the world by how people see them, Pit Bulls as protectors, cows as caring, horses as loving and birds as singers. It would take me a lifetime to change the way people see most animals, but I would be willing to spend mine to save theirs.

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