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The Lonely Puppy

The Lonley puppy

Dizzy, the puppy had many black spots on his body He was proud of it All the black spots made him look grand. But the other dogs did not think so. They never camecame near him. Dizzy felt unhappy and lonely.

One day, Bob, the old sheep came to Dizzy and said, “Why are you all alone?” “Because no one will play with mel” said Dizzy sadly. “Why so,” Bob said. “Have you been rough to other puppies?” “No, nol” cried Dizzy. “Don't worry I will soon find out the reason,” said Bob. “You keep an eye on those sheeps in the next field, while I go and talk to the other dogs.” The dog was happy and thanked the sheep. Bob went away and left Dizzy sitting by the fence staring at the sheep. After a while the puppy began to feel sleepy, but hestayed at his post and never once turned round. After a long time, Bob came back and lay down beside him.

The puppy asked, “Why do the other puppies dont to me? “Those silly puppies thought you must have the measles, because you were covered with spots,” replied the sheep. “But I have spots from my birth,” said Dizzy. “I can’t lick them off, because I've tried.” “Don't worry” grinned Bob. “I have told those puppies that your spots are the wrong colour. Now they are your friends. Here are some of the puppies coming now. Run along and play with theml” “Oh, thank you, kind Bob!” said the puppy. Then he ran and played with his new friends.

MORAL :A friend in deed is a friend in need.