One day a girl came to a dog named Asya with good news:
“Asya, a home has been found for you. And not an apartment, but a private one. Now you will have your own kennel. True, they will take only if we spay you.”
Soon the girl took the doggy to the vet, where she had everything done. Asa had a hard time with everything, because it was still a little early. But she bravely endured everything, because then she would have a family. And now Asya is standing at the gate to the house in the village. She came to the new house.
If only the girl had known then how it would end.
After a while, the new owners wrote to her with a condition: either she takes the dog back, or they will have the dog’s head hanging on their wall. Turns out the dog ate a chicken. The girl had a panic attack and came to me for help.
Of course, she went to get the dog. It was obvious that Asya was very frightened, exhausted and in her eyes can be seen only sadness and loneliness. Probably, she got it all the same for a chicken. The dog calmed down only in the arms of the girl.
Some might say, “You pity the dog, but who pities the chicken?” Of course I pity the chicken, too. But when you get a dog, you have to anticipate this kind of scenario and not put the animal next to the chickens. Don’t provoke it.
We also don’t know how the dog was fed there, or if it was fed at all. Maybe the dog was starving, which provoked this unpleasantness. People also pity chickens only as long as it suits them, and then they do the same to them as Asya did. But for some reason no one blames them for that.