She carefully spooned the rice into the tin bowls. She had prepared it that morning, and it was still steaming. The dogs started to edge forward, crowding around her. A furrow of worry started to form on
her forehead. Where was Tua Plu today? She started to panic, and her eyes darted to the outer ring of encroaching stray dogs. Then, she saw him and was startled by what was dangling from his mouth.
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