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  5. 5. I'D NEVER BEEN SO TERRIFIED IN MY LIFE. EVERYTHING HAD BEEN WONDERFUL SINCE WE ENDED OUR JOURNEY; AND NOW HERE I WAS, HANGING FROM THE JAWS OF A NIGHTMARE. WORSE STILL, I WASN’T SURE RED AND ROVER KNEW I WAS GONE. WOULD THEY KNOW WHERE TO LOOK; ONCE THEY REALISED? OR MAYBE JUST ROVER, WHICH MEANT I WAS FINISHED. NO ONE COULD FOLLOW A SCENT LIKE RED. BUT RED MIGHT NOT EVEN BOTHER TO COME. I HONESTLY COULDN'T BLAME HIM. HARG HAAARRRGII
  6. 6. '1.” - THINK HE WENT BACK TO THE SPLASH TO PLAY. WHERE'S RED. II? ‘ ' ~75? '°7II"’J*“-7-"'~"I’a"’3fi'; ‘ '; ’I't-”? 'i. ’4,. ‘7‘/ I WELL. BESIDESI THIS ISN'T ‘/0” 90“ T HE'S HAPPY DOWN THE JOURNEY ANYMORE. 50””? ALL THAT THERE AROUND HERE IT FEELS LIKE W°R“'E"'~ ONE BIG DOG PLACE. LIKE MAYBE EVERYWHERE WILL BE. YOU THINK THE WHOLE WORLD’LL BE A DOG PLACE? WELL, YOU THINK ABOUT IT. WE CAME ALL THE WAY FROM ONE SPLASH TO THE OTHER: AND WHAT’D WE SEE MORE OF THAN DOGS? JUST MODS, WOOLLIES AND NAYS. YOU'RE NEVER GOING TO TELL ME THE WORLD’LL BECOME THE‘? PLACE‘ I MEAN NAYS ARE aui-rE SMART, BUT THEY’VE so-r moss CLOMPERS, HAVEN'T THEY? I DON'T KNOW, I'M PRETTY sures IT'S same To COME pown TO PAWS.
  7. 7. WHAT ABOUT THINGS THAT LIVE IN THE SPLASH? THEY'RE STUCK IN THE SPLASH. WHAT ABOUT THOSE GUYS? YOU SAID THEY WERE SMARTER THAN US. .. BUT WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT HISSPOTS BEFORE IT ALL HAPPENED. .. THEY DIDN'T REALLY CARE, DID THEY? I MEAN IF YOU ANNOYED THEM THEY LET YOU KNOW ALL ABOUT IT, BUT OTHERWISE" WELL, THEY JUST WENT AROUND ACTING LIKE WE WEREN'T WORTH BOTHERING WITH. LIKE WE WEREN'T THERE. I HAVE A FEELING THAT SO LONG AS THE HISSPOTS GET PLENTY TO EAT, THEY WON'T THINK THE WORLD'S WORTH IT; EITHER. OKAY, WHAT ABOUT HISSPOTS?
  8. 8. ALL RIGHT: SO IF THE WORLD TURNS INTO A 1706 PLACE, WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO WITH IT? UNLESS WE PLJT REP IN CHARGE, I SLJPPOEE. .. I SLJPPOSE HE AIN'T THE BRIGHTEET STLJP ON THE COLLAR. NOT EURE. LEAVE IT ALONE, MAYBE. WE CAN'T VO ANY WOREE THAN THE FEEPERS PIP, I KNOW THAT MUCH. WELL, HE'S PLJMB; BUT ON THE OTHER HANI7 HE POEéN'T KNOW HE'S PLJMB. NO! IT POLJBLES
  9. 9. WHAT HAVE GO AFTER HIM! SAY QOMETHIN’ TO HIM! CHARLIE, G0! I REALLY AM, I-— I |7|I7N'T EVEN KNOW YOU WERE THERE! IF I VI? I’? NEVER HAVE SAID IT! HONEQTLY! REP, I'M HERE, I'M LIQTENING! PLEAEE TALK TO ME! OH, BLOODY HELL--!
  10. 10. I No I I so I GUESS , / . /_ , ,”, N.. , KNOW I WAS ’ MAYBE you RE RIGHT, ‘I _§ vuma. [ I KNOW I DRIVE YOU V AND ROVER NUTS SOMETIMES. MY THINKER JUST DOESN'T WORK AS FAST AS YOURS. BUT WE CAME ALL THIS WAY TOGETHER, AND YOU NEVER TRIED TO GET RID OF ME. SO I KIND OF FIGURED THE THREE OF US WERE STILL PALS. I THOUGHT YOU SAID YOU WERE GOING TO L| STEN. ..!
  11. 11. HERMANN WILL EAT YOU AND SHIT You ALIVE. YOU MOVE: FARTSQUEAK-- THEY 'LL COME FOR YOU. THE OTHER AH‘: -HOLES. THEY'LL COME FOR YOU AND THEN YOU'LL ALL BE HERMANN'S, AND HE'LL GET YOU ALL THREE BEFORE YOU CAN SCAT'I'ER. ..!
  12. 12. BEcAusE YOU KILLED HIS sHIT-BOY. AND HE DID, HERMANN'S HE DID, HE LOVED EVERY SHIT-BOY WAS HIS. HE MOMENT, UNTIL YOU CAME COULD DO ANYTHING ALONG AND RUINED HE WANTED TO IT. WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO DO THOSE THINGS? To A BEcAusE THAT'S FEVER , WHAT THE FEEDERS an? TO HERMANNII
  13. 13. HERMANN'S THEY MAVE F5595“ WEREWT HIM INTO A FIGHTING LIKE OTHER pea FEEDERS. ‘THEY BEAT HIM AND STARVED HIM AND BEAT HIM AND STARVED HIM, AND THEN THEY BEAT HIM AND STARVED HIM SOME MORE" AND THEN THEY TURNED HIM LOOSE. ‘AND WHEN HE WON, LIKE HE ALWAYS DID, THEN HERMANN WOULD GET HIS REWARD. FOR EVERY THROAT THEY GAVE HIM A MOO-STEAK. THEN IT WAS BACK TO THE BEATING AND STARVING. ‘THIS WAS HIS LIFE. ‘SINCE HE WAS A PUP. ‘
  14. 14. ‘AND oTHER TIMES, OTHER TIMES, THERE wAs A DIFFERENT THING THEY DID-- AND HERMANN GAVE IT AND HERMANN TOOK IT, BECAUSE THAT wAs HERMANN'S LIFE—— FEEDERS ALL DIED. ‘AND HERMANN ‘AND HE HADN’T GONE FAR WHEN WAS LOOSE. HE FOUND THE SHIT-BOY. ‘AND HE BEAT IT AND STARVED IT AND BEAT IT AND STARVED IT, AND THEN HE BEAT IT AND STARVED IT SOME MORE" UNTIL IT WAS HAPPY TO PUT ON ITS COLLAR" ‘AND Do THE OTHER THINGS HERMANN WANTED--"
  15. 15. AND THEN YOU CAME ALONG. sEE, HERMANN LIKED HAVING HIS sHrr-Eov. BECAUSE HE COULD DO THE THINGS THAT THEY DID TO HIM. HERMANN. .. HERMANN, YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE WHAT THEY MADE YOU. AND WHEN wE woRE OUT THEY THE FEEVEEE 7”’ HAD us KILLED, AND wHo wERE THEY ‘T To ALL 0" “E ONE WAV TO DECIDE WHEN A DoG's LIFE oR ANOTHER. wE wERE, .. we WA; DONE”; WERE LIKE STICKS TO THROW OR BALLS TO FETCH. THEY MADE US INTO TOYS.
  16. 16. THERE WAS A THE FEEDERS DOG WE MET. HIS NAME MADE HIM SICK AND WAS HOBBY. KILLED HIM. HE WAS A GOOD DOG, HE SAID, AND LOOK WHAT THEY'D DONE TO HIM. HE TOLD US IT WAS GOOD THAT THE FEEDERS WERE GONE. BECAUSE THEY WERE THE WORST THING EVER, BECAUSE OF WHAT THEY'D DONE TO THE WORLD. ME AND RED AND ROVER, WE'VE COME ALL THE WAY HERE FROM THE BIG SPLASH. WE'VE You SEEN SO MUCH. AND IT'S MADE ME REALIsE WE'RE "II-'-5'7 , ;,NAl_, _y, , SHIT-BOY. ..I WE DIDN'T MEAN TO. WE'RE SO, SO SORRY. I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT THE FEEDERS DID THESE THINGS TO YOU. AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE WHAT THEY WANTED.
  17. 17. BUT HERMANN LIKES BEING WHAT THEY WAN‘I"ED. ..! .3» HE LIKED vome THE THINGS THEY WANTED; AND HE LIKED DOING THE THINGS TO SHIT-BOY! AND NOW HE'S GONNA DO THEM TO YOU” HE'S GONNA BEAT YOU AND STARVE YOU AND BEAT YOU AND STARVE YOU; AND MAKE YOU INTO HIS NEW SHIT'BOY-- AND WHEN HE'S FINISHED HE’LL DO ~ THE THINGS TO YOU ’ YOU AND THAT PRICKWITHTHESTUPID , THE BIG RED BASTARD wHo TOOK HIS EAR, HERMANN'S JUST GONNA KILL HIM.
  18. 18. RED! ROVER! IF YOU CAN HEAR ME, RUN! YOU LITTLE SHIT! HERMANN TOLD YOU TO STAY! DON'T come ANY NEARER! JUST RUN AND DON'T LOOK BACK! 60! OH NO NO NO NO NO-- YOU ARE DEAD!
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  20. 20. WELL, I DIDN'T SEE ANY COME OUT O’ THE SKY. .. WHAT WAS IT YOU SMELLED AGAIN? SOMETHIN' YOU KNEW FROM BEFORE? CHARLIE CAN MAKE BURN? I THINK SO, YEAH, BUT I CAN'T REMEMBER WHERE. ROVER, I DON'T GET IT; HOW DOES CHARLIE KNOW HOW TO MAKE BURN? I DUNNO. WE TALKED ABOUT IT AN’ HE SAID IT WAS DAFT; BUT. .. CHARLIE'S SMART. HE'S ALWAYS THINKIN’. ONE 0’ THESE DAYS HE MIGHT FINALLY GET ROUND TO DOIN’ SOMETHIN’. I“. I JUST HAVE A FUNNY FEELIN’.
  21. 21. %N'T GET AWAY FROM ME, FARTSGUEAK. .. OH NO, .. OH PLEASE. .. NO MORE BEGGING. DON'T DO THIS, I'M, I'M JUST NOT HERMANN'S FOLLOWED YOUR SCENT A LONG, LONG WAY. .. HE AIN'T ABOUT TO FORGET IT. .. DO YOU NO GOOD. HERMANN'S NOT LISTENING.
  22. 22. OFF ME: BASTARD! OFF ME! NOW WOULD BE A GOOD BLOODY TIME!
  23. 23. YOU THINK" HERMANN”
  24. 24. OH, RED, NO, NO-NO-NO"! YOU AREN'T DUMB! YOU'RE THE VERY BEST OF US! YOU DID SO MUCH, YOU FOUND US FOOD AND YOU SAVED OUR LIVES! WE'D NEVER HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU! OH: HERMANN IS LOVING THIS. . . ! I LOVE YOU. I'M SORRY YOU'RE THE BEST FRIEND A I'M ONLY SAYING IT NOW, DOG COULD HOPE FOR. AT THE END. I'M SORRY FOR THE AWFUL THING I CALLED YOU. I'M JUST SO SORRY.
  25. 25. s D -. — . - o o 9 *1 YEAH, THAT'S HOW I ALWAYS THINK OF RED. THE BIG DUMB SHIT. FIGHTING ON TO THE LAST BEAT OF HIS THUMPER.
  26. 26. YOU'RE LIKE THE BRAVEST DOG THAT EVER RED? LIVED" YOU'-
  27. 27. RED, NO, MATE! KEEP YER EYES OPEN! RED! OH: SHIT, LOOK AT ALL THE JUICE! WH —WH—WHAT DO WE DO"? I DUNNO! RED? RED: CAN YOU HEAR ME: MATE? CHARLIE, HE AIN'T WAKIN' UP! I CAN HARDLY HEAR HIS THUMPER! TO STOP HIS JUICE FROM COMING OUT. .. RED, TALK TO ME, SON! SAY SOMETHIN'!
  28. 28. IT'S STOPPED COMING OUT! IT WORKED! RED, YOU'RE GOING TO BE ALL RIGHT! YOU'RE GOING TO MAKE IT, PAL! , ,, . ... .x. -.. . YEAH, BUT HE'S LOST AN AWFUL LOT ALREADY. .. RED, CAN YOU HEAR ME? RED? AND THERE'LL BE FEEDERS
  29. 29. N %R THAT TIME, MATE. COMING NOW.
  30. 30. WANTING TO GO ALL THAT WAY, JUST TO BE TOLD WHAT TO DO. WHEN I HAD THE BEST F IENDS / ’ I A DOG COULD HOPE FOR. I / w ‘ 7- / V ‘ ‘ ' , . . ., ’_ J ‘ _ . . ‘ ‘ N ‘ E I ' AI} . ‘ -‘D ‘ . _ - . , 1' ‘ WHEN THERE WAS so . — ; _L_—-9:‘ » I , I MUCH LII= E TO LIVE. ' Q)“, _, , g x: .o-—- / /-4/ . —-~ '. , / I ~ ‘ -' ‘ I on I SORRY TO TAKE SO LONG, LOVE. WANTED TO PUP, I'M A PUP, I'M A PUP! - I'M A PUP, I'MAPUP! ,~ A"
  31. 31. ' uNcI_E cHA;2|_| E, OF COURSE, HOBBY. UNCLE CAN WE HAVE A gropzy I'LL TELL you ABOUT UNCLE ROVER, UNCLE , LA-rag; RovER AND THE BURNING ’ - - auAcKER. YOU'LL GET A KICK OUT OF THAT ONE. I'M A PUP! I'M A PUP! I'M A PUP! EAT THE HONKER, YOU LITTLE MANIACS! NOT ME! JUNIOR, I'VE TOLD YOU BEFORE! TAKE IT EASY! YOU'RE THE BIGGEST, YOU HAVE TO LEAVE ENOUGH FOR AUDIE AND BETSY AND HOBBY AND BINGO. ..! I'M A PUP, I'M A PUP! I'M A PUP, I'M A PUP!
  32. 32. SHOULDN'T BE LONG. I STILL THINK IT'S FUNNY HOW THINGS WORKED OUT. YOU FOLLOWING OUR SCENT AFTER ALL. - YEAH, WELL. THEY KEPT ASKING ABOUT THEIR DAD. OH, THEY'LL BE JUNIOR. ..! WAITING. I'M A PUP I'M A PUP I'M A PUP I'M A PUP! CHARLIE, WE OUGHTA BE GO| N', MATE. .. YOU KNOW SOONER OR LATER HE'S GOING TO BEAT YOU TO THE TOP, DON'T YOU? THAT'LL BE THE DAY.
  33. 33. DUDE, YOU CAN'T EVEN OUTRUN A THREE-LEGGED YOU OUGHT TO TAKE IT EASY, YOU KNOW. IT HASN'T BEEN THAT LONG. HOW'S MY ASS TONIGHT, BY THE WAY? AH, IF I CAN SURVIVE THE PUPS, I CAN SURVIVE ANYTHING. - / I ' " ‘ ‘ i ' ' IT USED TO BE FOR THE FEEDERS. V
  34. 34. I'M A DOG, I'M A DOG, I'M I'M A W61 A DOG! I'M A DOG, I'M I'M A DOG, I'M A DOG! — TO BRING US FOOD. TAKE US OUTSIDE. ‘ . HELP US LIVE IN THEIR WORLD. ’ " 4: “:7 BUT NOW WE KNEW THEY WEREN'T COMING, AND WE'D FOUND OUT WE DIDN'T NEED THEM ANYMORE. SOMETIMES FOR THE LOVE THEY TRIED TO SHOW US. OH, wE'D REMEMBER THEM. THERE rfl WAS NO WAY WE COULDN'T. j / ' I / SOMETIMES NOT.
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  36. 36. I'M A DOG, I'M A DOG.
  37. 37. I'M A DOG. I'M A DOG.

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