Once upon a time, in a quaint little neighborhood nestled in the heart of a bustling city, there lived three Great Danes: Zeus, Apollo, and Athena. They were the talk of the town, with their majestic stature and gentle demeanor.
But one day, their owners noticed that their youngest Great Dane, Athena, was feeling left out. Being the smallest of the three, she struggled to keep up with Zeus and Apollo during their daily walks around the neighborhood.🙏🙏🙏🙏
So, the neighbors decided to take matters into their own hands. They noticed that the fence separating their yard from the Great Dane’s yard was just a little too high for Athena to peek over and observe her companions. So, they came up with a brilliant idea: they provided a step stool for the dog.
The next day, when the owners let their three Great Danes out to play, they were amazed to see Athena perched on the step stool, observing her two companions with an air of satisfaction. She looked thrilled to be a part of the action, finally able to see what was going on over the fence.
From that day on, the neighbors continued to provide a step stool for Athena, and she eagerly awaited her turn to climb up and observe Zeus and Apollo. The other dogs didn’t seem to mind at all, and even seemed to enjoy having Athena with them. They would take turns sniffing around the stool and nudging it with their noses, as if to say, “Welcome, little one. We’re happy to have you here.”
As time went on, Athena grew bigger and stronger, and eventually, she didn’t need the step stool anymore. But the neighbors continued to provide it, just in case. They had grown quite fond of Athena and her gentle spirit, and they wanted to do everything they could to make her feel included.
And so, the Great Danes and their neighbors lived happily ever after, in a little corner of the world where kindness and compassion were as tall as the tallest dog, and as strong as the bonds between them.