* Dolito *

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Dolito’s pets talk: I’m Here

on November 8, 2012

Today I saw an article talking about how we can be blinded by our perception. Sometimes we believe in one thing and our confidence is so high that we can’t see the truth is actually different from what we think it should be.

This short story can be an example, and it’s a cute one.

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One morning, Miss Dolito went into Renee’s room to see Teddy as she always did.

She saw him immediately after she came in. She hugged him and kissed him, and she could barely let go of him.

But there was a voice coming from behind her feet, saying, “I’m here! I’m here! I am Teddy! He’s not!”

Miss Dolito looked at the kitten in her hands with surprise, and then looked at Teddy, and then back at the kitten again. She had been convinced that the only kitten in Renee’s room was Teddy. But the truth was there was another kitten. Who was he by the way?

Renee, who was still lying on her bed, noticed that her mother was confused. She said, “He’s Don-Don. I brought him back just lately.”

Miss Dolito was totally without words. . .

Nov 06, 2012

Click here to see this story in Chinese. :)

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2 responses to “Dolito’s pets talk: I’m Here

  1. […] moment I opened the door, I saw Teddy lying on her […]

  2. […] two kittens (Teddy and Don-Don) are growing up. They can be called cats instead of kittens […]

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