Look at this sweet face...this is Mr. Biscuits. Isn 't he handsome? Would you believe this little guy was picked up by animal control as a stray, a stray! Well, now Mr. Biscuits is about to lose his foster dad and mom because they have to move out of state. So Mr. Biscuits is looking for a new foster....or, even better, a new forever home!
The next scene shows the puppy running back to the farm in front of the horses. The story then skips to the ending showing the ranch worker and the puppy adoption employee watching the puppy and horse while drinking Budweiser products. Everyone looks happy, and the puppy and the horse are united for good. The author of this promotional advertisement intentionally created an emotion triggering video. By using pathos throughout the entirety of the ad, viewers young and old, were captivated by the cute puppy and emotional story until the very end.
In the Budweiser commercial “Puppy Love” it utilizes the persuasion tool pathos for specifically this reason. The commercial follows a puppy that constantly sneaks away to visit his friend a Clydesdale horse (Budweiser Brasil). However, the puppy is always found by a man who returns him to his caretaker (Budweiser Brasil). The story of a cute puppy is already enough to get the average viewer to show an emotional response. Add that to a friendship with a beautiful Clydesdale horse and that is sure to get the viewers’ hearts warmed.
In this book, Henry plays and loves his troublemaker dog Ribsy always. But why would a boy play with his dog always and get into trouble too? I believe that it’s because he found Ribsy, lives with Ribsy, and loves Ribsy. Also, Ribsy chooses Henry when the boys have a fair contest about deciding who will take Ribsy. Ribsy had chosen his loving owner, Henry.
When reading a piece of literature, readers commonly wonder what the motivation behind the character’s actions were. In “Charles,” by Shirley Jackson, a kindergarten boy by the name of Laurie, meets a boy by the name of Charles at school. Laurie arrives home from school, and everyday has new tales for his parents of Charles’ mischief. “...Charles bounced a seesaw on to the head of a little girl and made her bleed...kept pounding his feet on the floor...deprived of blackboard privileges because he threw chalk.” After hearing of Charles’ stunts, Laurie’s mother addresses the teacher. The story ends when the
He's all there! He's all there!” (345). A young six-year-old, Brother does not know better than to expect the most, yet he quickly understands the power of a brotherly bond. After Doodle learns to crawl, Brother begins calling him Doodle, noticing that his “crawling backward made him look like a doodlebug” (345).
“If he [can] only find it before the thing outside [gets] in. A perfect fusillade of knocks [reverberates] through the house, and he [hears] the scraping of a chair as his wife [puts] it down in the passage against the door. He [hears] the creaking of the bolt as it [comes] slowly back and at the same moment he [finds] the monkey’s paw, and frantically [breathes] his third and last wish” (Jacobs 13). He wishes for their son to leave and not return again. At that same moment, the knocking stops and his wife opens the door.
As Sterling exited the family car he looked so shocked at his new neighborhood it was like he had been dropped off in a haunted town. As the front door opened, it let out a loud squeak, and all that came to Sterling’s mind was haunted house. “Click” turned on the lights and slowly a huge smile formed on Sterling’s face” Pretty nice” he thought to himself. As Sterling ascended the stairs in leaps and bounds, he couldn’t wait to see what his room looked like. He slowly opened the door and turned on the light “click” as he stuck his arm through the narrow opening of the ajared door and peered in with one eye.
These are all legitimate reasons to return a dog. How is it that a dog that was fostered in another’s home completely change when they go to their forever home? Stress. There is always a decompression period when you bring a cat or dog into a new environment. Think about how you would feel to have your life disrupted.
He is very friendly and loves to touch soft things. Lennie is in the barn with his puppy when Curley’s wife walks in. At first Lennie doesn't want to talk to her because George told him not to but, after a while he warms up to her and starts talking to her. When he tells Curley’s wife about his dream, Lennie says ” We gonna have a little place, we gonna have a house and a garden with a place for the alfalfa. The alfalfa is for the rabbits.