In a vast wilderness, a wild dog roamed, surviving on whatever scraps of food he could find.
But for the past few days, he had gone without a single meal. His stomach growled constantly, and his body weakened. He was desperate and hungry.
As he stumbled through the forest, he saw a group of people walking towards him. The dog cowered, expecting to be chased away, but to his surprise, they didn’t pay him any mind. Instead, they noticed his condition and offered him some food.
The wild dog was hesitant at first, not knowing what to make of the humans’ kindness. But his hunger overpowered his fear, and he gingerly approached the group. They placed a plate of food in front of him, and he began to eat ravenously.
As he ate, the dog couldn’t believe his good fortune. He had never experienced such kindness from humans before. He felt a sense of warmth in his heart that he had never felt before. The people smiled at him and talked softly, and he felt comforted by their presence.
When he finished eating, the wild dog looked up at the people with tears in his eyes. He knew he couldn’t speak their language, but he hoped that his body language would express his gratitude. He bowed his head and held his paws together as if in prayer, silently thanking them for their generosity.
The people smiled and patted him on the head, and the wild dog felt a connection with them. He followed them for a while, hoping to repay their kindness in some way. Eventually, they parted ways, but the wild dog never forgot the humans who showed him compassion.
From that day on, the wild dog’s life changed. He learned to approach humans without fear and was often rewarded with food and affection. He no longer had to scavenge for scraps, and he felt a sense of security he had never known before.
Whenever he saw people passing by, he would bow his head and hold his paws together, just as he had done that fateful day. And the people would smile, knowing that the wild dog remembered their kindness. They didn’t know it, but they had made a friend for life.