Little work but yields little

4. Not much trouble is taken about feeding these animals. The animals find their food by scavenging among the houses of the village. 

They get what is left over from the harvest and from people's food.

5. Not much trouble is taken about watering these animals. 

Very often they do not get enough to drink, or they get dirty water that gives them diseases. 

6. Not much trouble is taken about housing these animals. 

They are not put in an enclosure or under a shelter to protect them against wind and rain, and to guard them against thieves.

Animals that are not kept in an enclosure go into the houses and into the fields and damage everything. 


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