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I have been alive for twenty two years and I never seem to be able to find what I like about myself What I am sure about though is that I want to be an animal doctor A veterinarian who is able to help animals around the world and this is the only thing I feel positive about It is questionable as to why I chose to be a veterinarian I always have love for the sciences I enjoy both the biology and chemistry but not really the physics I make up for it through my services to the community I volunteer in many places such as the animal shelters the barns and nursing home I enjoy helping the less fortunate as much as I love animals There are many people that I know of in Malaysia do not spay or neuter their pets there are many strays around the neighborhood It hurts to see the animals starving and searching for food some even died from starvation At one point of time I wished that I could help all the suffering animals in the world Unlike humans animals are creatures that do not keep secrets Dealing with human patients sometimes may complicate some cases even more Animals on the other hand show me how they feel and what they feel directly by their gestures and voices they made They do not purposely hide their feelings when they want toMoney is the root of all problems as the saying goes Many have suggested that being a veterinarian could make one rich though I highly doubt this suggestion because much money is invested to further my studies at university not to mention being an international student from Malaysia my fees are twice as high than the other locals here in Texas I have a love for animals I appreciate the value of an animals life as if its life is my own I remembered watching a
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