I don’t know any of you but I find it truly difficult to watch Dog Films! A Dog’s Purpose came for several years ago and I still haven’t watched it, I just can’t. Regardless of how my dogs ruined hundreds of stuff in my room like my favorite gaming chair, you will see their good side in this book. I chose just chose to read the book and here are the reasons why I Cried by Reading A Dog’s Purpose!!!!
Reasons I Cried Reading A DOG’S PURPOSE
Believe it or not, I cried 5 times!!! It took me one week and a half to finish it because I had to take a rest after a cry and gather myself commonly before picking it up again!!!!!
Finishing the book you experience everything through this one dog’s situation, I think you could say he’s a soul that continues to come back as different dogs until his Life Purpose is finished. Every life experience prepares him something more, and each time he is reborn he learns his past lives which improves his current life experience if that makes sense.
We first see that this dog is a stray with his family. We encounter the play and communications between the siblings and their mother, through this dog’s caring eyes. The mother give them food herself and then weens them off and teaches her children how to scavenge for food. The mother also displays signs of being very scared of humans, so one can imagine she’s been previously abused.
The mother, the primary dog, and his other brother succeed to get captured. His other brother passed away and the sister accomplishes to run away. The people who get them seem to be friendly people, and the site they are taken to, the dog (who becomes Toby), points to it as The Yard. All three are fed and taken care of, nevertheless it becomes apparent it’s overcrowded.
Authorities soon turn up at The Yard and all the dogs are impounded. Spike attempts to attack one of them and they see Toby is damaged and it’s determined neither will be any good to anyone so both end up inside the ‘ROOM’.