Do dogs ūüź∂ understand our actions?

Dogs ūüź∂ can also be tube lights. ūüėā ūüėĀ

Now, ūüĎč hello all! This evening, I came across a light moment. This involves a kid and a dog. A street dog, a cur, to be precise. Do dogs understand our actions? We need to see that. This mall incident may be an attempt towards understanding this small psychological glitche of a dog. As a car ūüöó turned into the gully (the narrow turn from the main road), this little kid on his bicycle ūüö≤ spots that the dog was resting almost on the middle of this gully. The car ūüöó is in the turning, the dog in the middle of this shabby gully and this kid on his bicycle ūüöĶ is trying to balance himself on it as he is taking an evening relaxing ūüė鬆drive. This kid voices his concern, “shoo..shoo.” He tried shooing this poor creature so that the slow car does not hit ūüĎč him hard. But, this dog ūüź∂ pays no attention to such shooing, since it is always used to such shooing. He keeps shooing. He keeps shooing as long as possible. When almost, at an arm’s length, the car ūüöó ¬†does care to honk. Only then, does the dog ūüź∂ understand that this was an alarm ūüö® ūüĒĒ bell, and it would have to move farther from it, on order to save itself. Slowly, it shifted and moved closer to one of the walls. Here, as it stood, it suddenly realized, that the guy on the bicycle was actually trying to help.¬†ūüėé What it did in the end of this story was this tubelight kind of an action, it slowly raised its tail, wagged a silent ūüėä thank you. The animals are very much like us, you just need to give up your greed and understand this point. Once we can embrace these beautiful creatures they can also help us live. It’s a process, called symbiosis. It’s a process called co-existence. We can together make it beautiful and flourishing, rather than degrading and destroying.
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