Did you know that there are 7.6 million stray animals living in the united states? Sobbing and howling is an animal's silent scream for help. Strays howl and cry to get people's help and attention. The problem is no one cares or listens. Except In the story Stray by Cynthia Rylant, a little girl named Doris heard a very young cry for help. She heard a cry in the middle of a snowstorm. She came across a puppy that was a stray. According to Doris looked to be about six months old. In the story, Stray Doris the main character is very caring. Doris is caring because she took the puppy inside to help care for it. Another reason why Doris is very caring is she fed the starving stray. My final reason why Doris is very caring is Doris shoveled snow for her parents. These are all good reasons why Doris is very carincg.
Doris was outside minding her own business all of a sudden she saw a puppy, and according to Doris was six months old. So Doris decided to help it because that is the right thing to do. I would have done the same thing because no body deserves to start their life like that. Now you might be thinking how is this being caring? This will toughen the dog up. Well, when it is that young it doesn’t know better or know what to do. Taking a puppy in from the cold especially from a super cold snow storm is very thoughtful and …show more content…
Doris is caring because she took the puppy inside where it was warm, instead of the puppy freezing. Another reason why Doris is a caring person is she fed the dog table scraps so it wouldn’t starve. My final reason why Doris is caring person is she was shoveling snow in her driveway, so her parents wouldn’t have to. These are all reasons why Doris is a very caring person. I am sure there are much more, but those reasons are the ones that stood out to me the most. Doris is a lot like me because I would do all of these things, and much more as
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During west ottawa’s homecoming dance there was a girl who was dancing by herself so my friend and I had an idea to go dance with her. This shows caring because we wanted the girl to have fun with us instead of being alone half of the night. In the book Recovery Road and “The Bass, The River and Sheila Mant” Madeline and the narrator are both kind because Madeline helps others in need even if it puts her in danger and she puts other people before herself, the narrator in “The Bass, The River and Sheila Mant”
They took each single dog and lifted them into there nice and fresh car. We arrived at the small, quaint house and they started by bathing all of us. Rufus, Herman, Scruffy and every other dog was washed, and brushed which was something they have never gotten to experience. Next they were fed. But, it wasn’t covered in mold, it wasn’t old, and it wasn’t cold.
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Whippoorwill by Joseph Monninger is unlike any other young adult book I’ve read so far this year, not only in its creativity and charm, but also in its delivery and outcome. I’ll be honest with you. When I read the summary of Whippoorwill, I was expecting it to be just like any other young adult novel, where the girl meets the boy over a common interest, and they fall madly in instalove together, and ride off into the sunset where the rest of their lives are filled with rainbow and sunshine. I thought that maybe the only difference would be a dog was coming along for the ride. . I was wrong.
Though, this is not the first time a husband has gotten in-between the relationship of Doris and another woman. When she arrives at Margarete 's friend 's, Tilli 's, apartment, she soon notices that her and Tilli relationship becomes strained when Tilli 's husband Albert comes home: "They 're always fighting," Doris remarks, and later she gets into an argument with Tilli, " 'No, ' Tilli tells me, 'don 't iron Albert 's shirts. ' And then we 're both all tears and kisses" (113). Once Doris realizes that she is the reason for the strain in the relationship, she does what she thinks is
“ I have done things too, which I will not tell you,” Mrs.Luella Bates Washington Jones said to Roger the boy that tried to steal her purse. In the story “ Thank You Ma 'am ” I believe that Mrs Jones is caring because Mrs. Jones brings Roger into her house, and tries to help Roger. The most obvious why Mrs.Jones is caring is because she lets Roger into her house even when he tried to steal her purse, I know I would never just let him in my house if he tried to steal my purse I would of called the police. First of all she brings Roger to her house and then makes him dinner. I would never make a boy dinner who tried to steal my purse.
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Marie has a loving family dynamic of spending time together playing games and having fun. Callie has a tougher outlook on life as she sees no wrong in teaching her children natural selection and pleasing her husband even though the relationship may not be perfect. Marie has more of a higher class outlook on life as on how she views Callie and her living situation and what she thinks about the puppy. Callie also seems content on sheltering her child in a yard or a small space because of his tenacity to run off however she also wants the children to experience what the world is really like. Marie uses Callie’s family dynamic to teach her children the treatment others receive and what they have to endure.
Who is Doris and why is she so important? Doris is the main character in the stray by Cynthia Rylant, and she is the one who found the stray dog. Doris is kind and likes to help animals because she brought the puppy in her home. Doris also has a kind heart toward animals because most people would just leave the stray dog outside to freeze and starve which is not very kind. In the stray Doris’s dad is starting to be giving because he let the Doris keep the stray puppy.
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