2: Once upon a time there was a very rich man named Arnold G. Dog. He worked as a banker at the Watson building in the town of Whootnimber. He didn’t have any kids or any family that he knew about.
3: One day Mr. Dog went for a walk in the downtown area of Whootnimber. It was a very relaxing walk; there was a slight breeze, the temperature was nice, and in the background you could hear the light sound of the bird chirping.
4: All was nice until he heard a bunch of hushed thumps that kind of sound like horse hoofs, this sound got louder and louder until it started to sound like thunder. And that’s when Mr. Dog started to get worried was there going to be a storm, or an earthquake, or maybe a raid; oh that would be the worst Mr. Dog thought. After a couple of minutes past Mr. Dog couldn’t take not knowing what was going to happen to Whootnimber.
5: So he decided to go up to the watch tower and look out of the Gongoo, which is the towns watch telescope. So he looked out the Gongoo he saw what feared the most, an attack by the nearby tribe called the Balabonsters. This tribe in particular is a barbaric tribe with torture rituals and no area for mercy.
6: He was so scared that he was actually paralyzed with fear. I mean just the thought of being captured, tied up, and then worst of all tortured. Then I thought to myself what can I do; well the only thing I can do is hide.
7: Mr. Dog ran as fast as he could to the sanctuary and locked himself inside it.
8: Then it only took about a couple minutes till he started to hear screams in the street of people being killed and locked into cages and that’s when he started to hear the Balabonsters try to break in the sanctuary. Oh what should I do? Mr. Dog thought.
9: I mean all that was left to do was to pray. And that’s when a bright light appeared across the room and a man came out of the light. This man was not scary he had a soft look on his face and just felt good to be around. And then it hit him it was God; “God?” “Yes it is I, I have heard thy pray and I have a proposition for you.” “What is it?”
10: Lately I have been bored in heaven, nothing interesting going on. “So what is the proposition?” “Like I said before, I am bored and I need a companion, and that’s where you come in.” “Well what do I have to do?”
11: “I will spare you and your people from the Balabonsters if you become my companion in heaven.”
12: “Thank you God it will be my pleasure.” “Oh that is grand, but there is just one problem”. “What is that?” “If you come and join me in heaven I will have to change your appearance so that you can be different from all the other human’s in heaven”.
13: So God and Mr. Dog went to heaven and forever man will have a companion that will never leaves it’s side because the dog made a promise with God. And that’s how the dog came to be.