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The Lion and the Dog — a story by Leo Tolstoy, which is worth introducing to older children. In it, the writer showed an interesting story of a predatory beast and a small dog. A tiny animal was brought by one of the zoo visitors as payment for a ticket to be eaten by a lion. Why did the king of animals leave her alive, how did their relationship develop further? Read with children. This story resonates with a child’s heart. It speaks of true friendship, sincere regret and devotion.
Reading time: 2 min.
In London they showed wild animals and took money or dogs and cats to feed the wild animals.
One man wanted to look at the animals: he grabbed a dog in the street and brought it to the menagerie. They let him watch, but they took the little dog and threw it into a cage to be eaten by a lion.
The dog tucked its tail between its legs and snuggled into the corner of the cage. The lion walked up to her and sniffed her.
The dog lay on its back, raised its paws and began to wag its tail.
The lion touched her with his paw and turned her over.
The dog jumped up and stood in front of the lion on its hind legs.
The lion looked at the dog, turned his head from side to side and did not touch it.
When the owner threw meat to the lion, the lion tore off a piece and left it for the dog.
In the evening, when the lion went to bed, the dog lay down beside him and put her head on his paw.
Since then, the dog lived in the same cage with the lion, the lion did not touch it, ate food, slept with it, and sometimes played with it.
Once the master came to the menagerie and recognized his dog; he said that the dog was his own, and asked the owner of the menagerie to give it to him. The owner wanted to give it back, but as soon as they began to call the dog to take it out of the cage, the lion bristled and growled.
So the lion and the dog lived for a whole year in one cage.
A year later, the dog fell ill and died. The lion stopped eating, but kept sniffing, licking the dog and touching it with his paw.
When he realized that she was dead, he suddenly jumped up, bristled, began to lash his sides with his tail, threw himself on the wall of the cage and began to gnaw the bolts and the floor.
The whole day he fought, tossed about in the cage and roared, then lay down beside the dead dog and calmed down. The owner wanted to carry away the dead dog, but the lion would not let anyone near it.
The owner thought that the lion would forget his grief if he was given another dog, and let a live dog into his cage; but the lion immediately tore her to pieces. Then he hugged the dead dog with his paws and lay like that for five days.
On the sixth day the lion died.
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