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ell, Petey ran on and on. But he couldn't
find a dog who would give his boy away. Petey
was very sad. His little legs were very tired. My
mother was right, he thought. There isn't a boy
to be found!
Just as it was getting dark, he came to a large
building. Petey was walking by it slowly when he
saw a sign: Home for Boys.
“Maybe I could find a boy here!” said Petey
to himself. “These boys have no parents, and no
dog to take care of them.” He walked slowly up
to the home. He was so tired he could hardly lift
his little paws.
Then Petey stopped. He listened. He could
hear music. He looked through the window. He
saw a Christmas tree, and children singing carols.
Then Petey saw something else. In front of the
building, all by himself, sat a boy! He was not a
very big boy, and he looked lonelys.
Petey forgot that he was tired. He jumped up
and landed in the boy's lap. Sniff, sniff, went
Petey's little nose. Wag, wag, went Petey's tail. He
licked the little boy with his warm, wet tongue.
How glad the boy was to see Petey! He put both
his arms around the little dog and hugged him.
Then front door opened and a lady looked
out. "Why, here you are, Ricky!” she said. “What
are you doing here all alone? Come on in and sit
near the Christmas tree.”
Petey sat very still. The boy sat still. The boy
looked up at the lady and down at Petey. Petey
began to tremble. Would the boy go in and
"I'm not alone," said the boy, “I've got a puppy."
"A puppy!” the lady came out and looked at
Petey in surprise!2.
"Can he come, too?" said the boy.
“Why," said the lady, "you're a nice little dog.
Where did you come from? Yes, bring him in."
"Come on, puppy," cried the boy.
A lot of boys were playing around the
Christmas tree. They rushed to 14 Petey. They
were so happy to see him.
Petey wagged's his tail. He wagged his fat little
body. He licked16 every one of the boys.
“Can we keep him?" said one.
"Can we give him some dinner?” said another.
"Can we make him a nice warm bed? salda
“We will give him some dinner and a nice warm
bed," said the lady. "And tomorrow we will find his
mother and see if she'll let him stay."
Petey knew his mother would let him stay.
She knew how much he wanted a boy. “She'll be
surprised," said Petey to himself, with a happy
little smile, "when I tell her I got fifty boys for