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    Islamic teaching instructs Muslims to treat animals with respect and kindness as well as cats. As Prophet Muhammad narrated, a woman was punished in Hellfire for caging a cat without feeding it. And also Hazrat Abu Huraira RZ loved cats for that he was entitled "Abu Huraira" by our beloved Rasool HaRead more

    Islamic teaching instructs Muslims to treat animals with respect and kindness as well as cats. As Prophet Muhammad narrated, a woman was punished in Hellfire for caging a cat without feeding it. And also Hazrat Abu Huraira RZ loved cats for that he was entitled “Abu Huraira” by our beloved Rasool Hazrat Muhammad PBUH.

    I think we love cats due to above-mentioned reasons.

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  1. the halal status of animal rennet is a subject of debate among Islamic scholars. Some consider it permissible if sourced from a halal animal, while others recommend using alternatives like microbial or vegetable rennet. It's best to consult local Islamic authorities or halal certifying bodies for spRead more

    the halal status of animal rennet is a subject of debate among Islamic scholars. Some consider it permissible if sourced from a halal animal, while others recommend using alternatives like microbial or vegetable rennet. It’s best to consult local Islamic authorities or halal certifying bodies for specific guidance.

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