Animal Rescue Short Story

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Assignment Short Story The animal rescue industry doesn 't think that a girl is fit for the job. That’s why you very rarely see woman diving into the freezing waters to save a dog or cat. Women are fragile said my father who believed women should stay home and take care of the kids. But I didn 't care I was going to be an animal rescuer no matter what. “If you hold fast to dreams. For if dreams die. Life is a broken-winged bird.That cannot fly”(Hughes) I don 't want to be a bird that can’t fly, I want to score higher than any bird that has ever lived. This was what I thought when I was younger, but now that I have fulfilled my dream I have realized being a bird was childish. Yes I have made it and yes I have saved many animals but I am still criticised even though I am the top…show more content…
“Get those animals down stairs now” I yelled I ran back into the room and saw a cat and a dog I ran over and picked them up and ran as fast as I could to the basement. When I got to the stairwell leading to the the cellar I heard a big loud crash. I knew the cyclone had hit. I continued to run out I knew that I wouldn 't make it. But I continued to run and i thought about a quote. “It’s all about the ball the bat and the mit.” and at that point I knew I would continue to run even if I knew the outcome. I turned the last corner to see my boss standing there closing the door. Terrier struck me and I knew that I was going to be left out if I didn 't do something. “ Wait” I yelled at the top of my lungs I saw the door pause and open. My boss was standing there then I heard it behind me the cyclone was almost on top of us and I knew if I didn 't me and the animals I was carrying would die. I picked us the pace and made it through the door just in time to see the cyclone pick up the rest of the building and demolish it. My boss closed the door. Relife hit me like a wave on the ocean. What the hell were you thinking” he said I looked at the animals and said “I couldn 't leave them
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