Indian stray dog finds life hard in luxurious German house!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Friday, 7 August 2020

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It aint easy coming from poverty to affluence for many Indian stray dogs!

(UNEDITED) It seems that living a life of roaming Indian streets, scavenging for scraps of food, fighting for one's right to survive and, not ending up on the plate of Chinese dog-eaters, is still quite attractive because one dog, who was rescued from such a life is having problems in its new luxury abode!

Pampered every morning, regular walkies, good food, and safety from dog-hunters, takes a bit of time to get used to for Indian stray dogs, especially after a strenuous flight to Europe.

Dog whispers are studying such behavior patterns and have come to the conclusion that stray dogs need much time to get their stray mates out of their system, and get used to people pampering them.Domesticated dogs have no problems living such luxurious lives, but strays coming from poverty to affluence obviously have.

However, after being caught chewing pairs of their owner's designer shoes, sleeping in front of the front door hoping to escape such luxury, pining for a good old scrap with their mates, and being fed by charity workers, eventually a stray dog does start to enjoy the life of a pampered pooch! But only if it's allowed to continue chewing its owner's designer shoes, sleep in the owner's bed, sit in the back of a Merc or BMW, pop down the posh pooch parlor for a shampoo and fur trim and, dress like German local domesticated dogs proudly wearing their diamond studded collars!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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