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Friday, February 6, 2009

Life of a dog

Oh... the last few days have been tiring, to say the least, giving me little opportunity to blog. Now that I have got some, let me narrate what happened in the morning today. While I was waiting for our office bus today, I saw three stray dogs lying close by, probably exhausted by the crazy things they did at night. Their eyes were half-closed and were relaxing to their heart's content. Then I saw a gentleman having tea at the nearby 'dhaba' and buying a pack of biscuits. Next, what he did was he tore open the packet and placed biscuits in front of each of the dogs (four in front of each). They were pleasantly surprised as if they could not believe their luck. [Remember, a stray dog's life, though independent, is not exactly a happy one!]
Without much thought, they gobbled up their individual parts and started looking at each other, as if trying to find out if someone has anything remaining. Then, one of them smartly stood up and started watching each of the human beings in the vicinity (including me). He had somehow not noticed the face of the person who had done him a big favor by serving him breakfast! In his eyes, there was admiration and gratitude for all. What happened next was he went towards a guy standing nearby and started wagging his tail. Do you know what happened after that?
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The man kicked him hard. There was a loud cry. The admiration in his eyes had suddenly turned into fear and hatred. He had learnt his lesson! He ran away crying and barking...........

2 comments:

rhapsodicobjectivity said...

what the fuck man! U should have told the rowdy bastard that he is not supposed to kick dogs like that!

Chiranjib Mazumdar said...

@rhapsodicobjectivity

Ya, I should have... [sigh]