Autobiography of stray dog

He was separated from his sister Squirrel when George threw both of them out of the car window. Once a housewife caught me red-handed while I was stealing from her cupboard. And then one morning, Mother was gone.

Other dogs of the street were afraid of me. The fox was the enemy of the animals living on the property because she was dangerous. She wanders for years until she finds herself back at the mall parking lot where she and Bone were separated.

One picked up Bone, commented on how cute he was and said she was going to keep him. He trained me in the art of fighting and stealing eatables from the houses of people of the street. And when there was a gap in the traffic, we could see a paper bag smelling wonderfully of chicken on the other side of the road.

When she finally gets Squirrel inside, Susan decides to keep her and renames her "Addie. I was feeling very uneasy. The Beckers came and checked on Squirrel often while at the vet and ended up adopting her when her leg had healed. Bone scraped his nose on the pavement, and when I landed hard on my shoulder, I heard a small snap.

He and Marcy find Squirrel and Bone on the side of the highway and take them home. I had four brothers and sisters, but two were born dead, and another was born crippled, and Mother threw him out of the wheelbarrow.

Short Essay on the Autobiography of a Street Dog

The day I saw a man kill Mine, a fox who lived under the big shed with her kits, I knew she was right. After her mother goes missing, Squirrel moves from place to place following her brother Bone, and then later with her new friend Moon, before she ventures by herself in her old age, longing for a companion.

Yellow Man greeted the dogs every morning and was curious of them. George[ edit ] The husband of Marcy. I was born at Amritsar three years ago.

My father was a terrier and my mother was of a common breed. Squirrel has many tragic events happen in her life, but in the end everything turns out to be okay. They take them home for the night before George decides not to keep the dogs and throws them out of a car window in a mall parking lot.

Yellow Man[ edit ] A cat who lived in the shed with the dogs. She was very sad to see Squirrel leave with the Becker family. She is killed when the Merrion patriarch shoots her.An old dog of the street loved me very much. He trained me in the art of fighting and stealing eatables from the houses of people of the street.

I roamed about the street and when I found no one in the kitchen, I stole into it and ran out with all the eatables I could get.

Survival is the most important thing when you are alone, with no one else to depend on, whether you are a homeless person or a stray dog. A Dog's Life: Autobiography of a Stray [Ann M. Martin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A Dog's Life joins the Scholastic Gold line, which features award-winning and beloved novels. Includes exclusive bonus content! Squirrel and her brother Bone begin their lives in a toolshed behind someone's summer house.

Their mother nurtures them and teaches them the many skills they /5(). A Dog’s Life, written by Ann Martin is an autobiography about a stray dog named Squirrel. This is a heart wrenching and emotional story that explains the struggles of being a stray dog, alone in the big world.

Dec 30,  · Autobiography of a stray dog / ABSD is a Indian documentary film directed by Sohanlal. It tells the story of a Stray Dog in Kerala. The documentary film is in Malayalam with English subtitles and is of mins duration. The documentary film is about the life of stray dogs in Kerala, a southern state of Ravi Vallathol.

A Dog's Life: The Autobiography of a Stray is a children's novel written in by Ann M. Martin and is published by Scholastic Books. The target audience for this book is grades The target audience for this book is grades

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