My dog’s evolving into a cow


    By Maddison Ward

    My dog’s evolving into a cow and I don’t know what to do. Lately she’s been eating a lot of grass and now she’s starting to moo.

    I thought it was just a phase, I thought she’d be alright, but the next day when I woke up I got quite a fright.

    From head to toe she was covered in black and white spots, was this a dream I wondered, would this madness ever stop?!

    I took her to the vet to see if she was fine, yet the vet said “I’ve never seen anything quite like this, I’m afraid I haven’t got a diagnosis this time.”

    That night in bed my head was scrambled loads, I was imagining my dog at the beach and walking across main town roads.

    I wondered if she’d ever turn back into her normal kind, but then I thought of something that would definitely change my mind.

    Before this all happened she was like any other ordinary dog, she would eat, sleep, play it was the same every day.

    But now that she is different, she is quite the treat, she isn’t like the others, she’s actually rather unique.

    You see, if we were all the same this world would be so plain, but when we’re all different there’s surprises every day.

    So look around you now, being different is truly great, so let’s celebrate our differences with our loved ones and our mates. 

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