My humans like to look at the stars. Recently, we even watched them fall from the sky to the ground. My he-human explained to me that what we see falling are not stars from the sky. But only pieces of stones that float through space until they approach Earth. It attracts them by its gravity and the stone burns as it passes through the Earth’s atmosphere. Mostly earlier, before it fall down.

Under the summer night sky, our humans are silent and it is clear to me that they are thinking about important things. You people don’t have it easy – you sit under the stars and the responsibility of the whole civilization falls on you. You wonder what will happen when the planet does not feed us and what will happen when the Sun goes out and even what will happen with the life when our entire universe will disappear.

We dogs have it much easier. We are sitting under the stars and the only important thing for us is the fact that our humans are sitting here with us.

But if we bothered to think like people, I would explain to our humans that they don’t have to worry. If you people don’t kill each other, then there is always a solution to everything. When your Earth is small, you will surely inhabit other planets, then other galaxies, and finally other universes. And I guarantee that you take dogs everywhere. Because without dogs human life would be empty.

And if people would be so greedy and stupid that they will destroy each other, the dogs become the smartest creatures on Earth. They would build their own civilization, inhabiting other planets, galaxies and universes. There is simply no need to be afraid of the future.


Four years in the puppy mill I knew just the four walls of the shed in which we were imprisoned. I never got a chance to see the space outside.

It was not a nice experience. But as the saying goes, “everything bad is good for something.” I’m not angry with my past today. Because, unlike some spoiled dogs, thanks to it, I’m just amazed at how beautiful the world is.

I have seen many wonders of the world with my humans over the past year. Such as meadows, fields, forests and city parks. I also got to know streams, lakes, ponds and rivers.

True, I haven’t seen the sea yet. But my humans promised me that sooner or later I would experience this endless body of water with salt water and waves.

Today we got to know the rocks with our humans and Dino. In the rocks it is full of interesting smells and nooks. The rocks are full of adventure. Just amazing. The whole world outside the puppy mill is magical. If you have never been imprisoned, perhaps you cannot even appreciate the immense happiness of living in this world.


We dogs don’t think much about what was and what will be. Our whole life takes place for us in the present moment. But that doesn’t change the fact that today is the year when I was locked up with other cotons in a dark barn. And I was incredibly scared.

It was Saturday. And we heard a car coming to that barn. The people who owned the place opened the gates and let us into the yard. It took a while for our eyes to get used to the light. Outside, two other people stood with a collar and a leash in their hands. We all ran out and the other dogs immediately ran to those people. I was careful and standing in the back. For one thing, I never rush anywhere. And on the other hand, the potential humans seemed a little goofy to me.

But then the he-human pointed at me. The home owners caught me tight. In gloved so I don’t bite them. And they put me in the car to those strange humans. I was very scared then. Little did I know that at that moment, everything in my life would be different.

Don’t think that it was a piece of cake with my humans at first. There were so many new things I was afraid of. They bothered me with bathing, combing, cutting claws, and cleaning my teeth, ears, and eyes. There were stairs in their house that I had never seen before and could not walk on. They made me walk out on a leash. We met other people and dogs there. And there were so many unknown smells and things that could be dangerous. And imagine that they forbade me to pee and do bay leaves in their house.

But I am a docile girl, and I have noticed that this makes my humans happy. And for us dogs there is no greater happiness than to make our humans happy. So in a few weeks I was a completely different dog. I don’t rush into anything, but when I stand behind my he-human, I’m not afraid of anything. I haven’t seen him bite anyone yet. But I’m sure if he did, so that it would turn out very badly with the bitten one. And that gives me confidence. Most of all, we dogs need the certainty that our humans love us and will protect us in every situation.