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What happened to masha the cat

“She’s fine, but she’s not allowed to come into the house.”


“No. I’m not going to let a dog like that in the house. You can’t trust them. You can’t trust any kind of animal … you know, with the children or anything.”

“I see.”

He was such a good-looking boy—he had to be six or seven years old. He was a cute little boy with a stick in his hand and a ball in his hand. And he had a little dog with him, a black Labrador.

“I’ve got a little dog,” he said. “His name is Sasha.”

“So what’s wrong with Sasha?”

“I don’t know. They say he’s got rabies.”

“Why do you have him?”

“Because I’m not allowed to do anything.”

“Is that so?”

“I can’t play with my friends anymore. I can’t even ride my bike.”

I was always a little afraid of dogs, and mama was, too. Mama loved dogs, but she wasn’t crazy about them. They had a dog at the boarding house, and one night mama heard a dog howling outside. We lived at the boarding house long and they finally agreed to give us a dog. They didn’t want to, but we really needed a dog. So the next day, one of the girls in the boarding house brought a little dog for us. It was a little black dog with a white splotch on its head. It was very cute. It was a little puppy, and I cried when I saw it. One of the girls said, “It’s okay. It’s okay, it’s okay.” I said, “No, no. Don’t bring it in.”

Then they brought in a little boy to see it. He was really cute. He ran up to me and said, “I have a dog, too.”

I said, “A dog?”


“Where’s your dog?”

“He’s out in the car.”

I said, “No! Don’t let him in.”

“Why not?”

“He has a dog.

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