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Dog and cat poem

A hungry little dog wandered in the mountains. The wolf ran up to her.

– Doggy! I will eat you.

– No, grey, – says the little dog, – first you feed me, and then eat.

– Okay, follow me and don’t fall behind.

They went together and soon saw a herd of cows. wolf says:

– Tell me, what are my eyes, ears, mouth and tail?

“Your eyes are burning, your ears are pressed back, your mouth is wide open, and your tail, like a flexible vine, is bent between your hind legs,” the dog replies.

– Now watch what I’m going to do.

And the wolf rushed at the fat calf, strangled him, ate himself and fed the dog.

– I’m full, – he said, – I don’t want your meat, goodbye!

The dog stayed near the calf and fed him for three days

meat. But finally, she got bored, she went on and met a hungry cat.

– Cat! I’ll eat you, says the dog.

– No, little dog, – the cat answers, – first you feed me, and then eat.

– Okay, let’s go.

Soon they reached a herd of camels. dog and says:

– Tell me, what are my eyes, ears, mouth and tail?

– Your eyes look dull, your ears hang, your mouth opened and your tongue stuck out, and your tail fell down, – the cat answered.

– Now watch what I’m going to do.

And the little dog rushed at the camel. And when she wanted to grab his leg, she received a strong blow to the head and immediately died.

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