Veteran Actress Zeenat Aman Shares Heartwarming Posts with Rescued Dog Lily

Veteran actress Zeenat Aman has been trending on social media since her debut on Instagram in February. Zeenat Aman, who is 71 years old, regularly shares charming photos from her daily life and throwback memories, which are nothing less than a delight for her fans. Last Saturday, she shared two pictures that showcased her rescued pet dog – Lily.

Zeenat can be seen sitting on the sofa with her rescued canine friend in the first picture, while the second picture captures the adorable doggo from its childhood days.

Zeenat Aman is known for her love for animals and her advocacy for animal rights. She urges her followers to adopt or rescue pets in need of a home. She captioned the pictures, ”There’s only one diva in this house, and it isn’t me! Swipe for an extra dose of Lily love. (Do you have a rescued pet? Post them to your stories and tag me, I’d love to share.)”

Reacting to the post, actor Dia Mirza wrote, ”Oh my goodness, she is adorable.” Fans praised Zeenat for her love for animals and her advocacy for animal rights. Some even thanked her for highlighting the need to adopt or rescue animals.

Zeenat had previously shared a post in February that showcased her pet dog, Lily. The post contained two pictures, and Zeenat penned a caption stating that humans could learn a lot about love from dogs. She also revealed that Lily was rescued by the staff at @sanctuaryasia when she was a tiny and unhealthy puppy that could fit in the palm of her hand. Despite her sons’ initial intention of fostering Lily until they could find her a permanent home, they eventually fell in love with her and decided to keep her.

Zeenat Aman’s legacy in the Indian film industry is defined by her notable performances in blockbuster films such as Satyam Shivam Sundaram, Don, Yaadon Ki Baraat, Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Qurbani, Dostana, and Dharam Veer, among others. Apart from her acting prowess, her fans are also inspired by her grace, elegance, and compassion towards animals.

Image Credit: Instagram @thezeenataman