Doctors Beck & Stone is a pet hospital group in China, supporting responsible pet ownership, and providing international-standard veterinary services.
We are constantly striving to meet or exceed the highest operational, professional and ethical standards.
We offer veterinary services, grooming, boarding, and pet foods.
Our consultation and examination fee depends on the seniority and experience of our veterinarian. The fee for a regular vet is RMB 100; a Jr. VIP vet is RMB 180, and a VIP vet is RMB 280. There is a lower fee if you bring two pets for consultation.
We will normally make appointments for the next available veterinarian, but we can also accommodate client requests for a specific vet. In any case our regular vets will seek advise from VIP vets, or possibly transfer the patient to a VIP vet for complex medical cases.
You are always welcome to request a case review or second opinion by a VIP vet at any time at your discretion.
We offer a 25% compassionate discount for rescued pets until they are adopted.
Please remember to call or email us in advance for an appointment to avoid potential waiting time.
May 5, 2013
Dear Doctors Beck & Stone,
Words cannot express the joy I feel in having my very best friend, "Bunni" here beside me recovering from a "seemingly" hopeless situation. She now is happy, healthy and made "whole". Thank you for your courage, ability and confidence.
She is walking, talking and going on about her business as usual with full integrity.
In desperation, I reached out and found Dr. Beck & Stone’s new hospital in Shenzhen on the Internet, and I grabbed onto that with little hope. You, quite simply, are our angels. We will always be forever in your debt!!
Please be assured our family gives you all the credit for keeping us intact and together. We were not prepared to live without Bunni!!
We cannot be more grateful!
The Robinson Family.
Case notes from Doctors Beck & Stone:
Bunni is a 5 years old Shi Tzu that slipped a disk after being attacked by a larger dog. Her clinical condition deteriorated over a period of a month. We ran an MRI to confirm that she had slipped 2 lumbar discs. One in particular was causing paralysis of the left hind leg.
The vets at Doctors Beck & Stone performed a hemi-laminectomy that involves drilling away the wall around the spine providing room for the spinal swelling associated with the trauma; they also removed both discs to prevent prolapse in the future.
2 weeks after the surgery Bunni is 90% back to normal with good function of both hind legs; she is running again.
A kindhearted woman found this female puppy seriously injured in the street in Yanjiao near Beijing and brought her to our Chaoyang Park hospital on April 29, 2013. The puppy was very weak, with an injured and fractured front right leg, and the hind right leg seriously injured, probably because of a terrible car accident.
We had no choice but to amputate her front right leg immediately. We were not very certain that the puppy would survive because of loss of a lot of blood, but she pulled through.
Her broken hind leg also has multiple injuries and infections that we are trying desperately to get under control, because amputation of a second diagonal leg is not a humane option.
The kindhearted rescuer does not have enough money to pay for the surgery, medical care and rehabilitation required, nor to re-home the female puppy if she recovers well over the coming week.
We are asking for donations, and a potential new owner, to step forward and help to rescue this female puppy who got herself into serious trouble.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you are willing to help.
Many pets’ lives are unnecessarily at risk because they have not had the vaccinations they need to protect them from common but potentially deadly diseases, such as parvovirus.
Dog and puppy owners must make sure their dogs and puppies are up to date with their vaccinations, as some areas are currently seeing their worst ever outbreaks of parvovirus.
Young puppies and dogs that have never been vaccinated are susceptible to the effects of the deadly virus with death in around 80 per cent of untreated cases.
There is a simple solution to preventing dogs from contracting the disease. All puppies from six weeks of age should be vaccinated against parvovirus and other canine diseases. Follow up vaccinations are also required and your vet can advise on what is best in your area.
At Doctors Beck & Stone we have seen 220 cases of parvovirus symptoms in the past year, and regrettably not all cases have been detected early enough to treat and cure the dog successfully.
Parvovirus is highly contagious and is spread by oral or nasal contact with contaminated feces, a contaminated environment or contaminated objects. It is extremely resistant to the environment and can survive on objects like clothing, shoes and the floor for five months or longer. Only chlorine-based sterilization can clean the environment from parvovirus.
If your dog is unvaccinated and shows signs of lethargy, vomiting or diarrhea, seek veterinary attention immediately. Early treatment is essential in improving the chance of survival.
For further information please contact the vets at Doctors Beck & Stone
The Little Adoption Shop currently has 125 dogs in our care, and we are constantly under pressure to meet our growing medical bills and other expenses. We currently have a shelter with two full-time staff, and a new adoption center located in Shunyi, near Euro Plaza, where I am currently the only (unpaid) employee. Things are tough right now for us financially, but we are proud of the work we are doing to make it easier for rescued animals to find new homes.
We always seek the best possible healthcare for our dogs, which is why we frequently rely on the expertise and professionalism of the veterinarians and staff at Doctors Beck & Stone.
We currently have overdue bills, and we would like to ask for your help!
Thank you for kindness and generosity,
Founder, Little Adoption Shop
Hours and location for our Shunyi adoption shop:
Our weibo: http://weibo.com/lingyangxiaopu
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAdoptionShop
Chinese Website: http://lingyangxiaopu.com
Donations to the Little Adoption Shop can be dropped off at The Little Adoption Shop, or you can donate through any of our following accounts listed on this link:
Pet-owners living in Guangzhou can now visit Doctors Beck & Stone pet health care center in Pearl River New City.
Doctors Beck & Stone – Guangzhou 广州
For Appointment, Pet pick-up and Emergency call: 400 103 8686 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reception: 020-2838 2960
Opening hours 9 am to 7 pm, Mon - Sun, consultation by appointment.
Shop 111, Zhuguang Yujing, No. 2 Pingyi Road (by NanGuo Garden), Huacheng Ave., Pearl River New City, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
I very much enjoyed my recent visit to Beijing Harrow School, where I talked to early-years children about the joys of being a vet. The visit was part of their recent topic focusing on pets. It's really great to see future generations of pet owners taking an active interest in responsible pet ownership at such a young age.
I talked to them about the different animals I have cared for thus far, including dogs and cats, of course, but also black and white rhino, lions, giraffes, leopards, eagles, snakes and tigers! The children were all too happy to provide the necessary sound effects, and were able to do much better impressions of an elephant eating a banana than me.
I then answered questions ranging from "what's your favorite animal?" (a mountain gorilla came the reply) to "what were you doing to that zebra?!" (moving it to a new home) and "have you ever treated an alien?". The children then took great delight in telling me all about their own pet animals, both real and, I assume, imagined - unless Beijing really does have an abundance of pet tigers!
I left full of hope for the future of companion animal welfare in China, and wonder whether any of the very bright children of Harrow School that I spoke to will be inspired to take up the same dream I pursued from a similarly early age, and ultimately become a veterinary surgeon. Keep reading here: http://www.harrowbeijing.cn/news/17earlyyears2013.aspx
Dr Thom Jenkins BA VetMB MRCVS Cantab.
Doctors Beck & Stone
On X-ray it was found that a recent surgery had gone wrong, designed to fuse a dislocated wrist had left the cat with a paw rotated 110 degrees the wrong way.
A kindhearted woman named Beatrice found the cat roaming the streets of Shanghai in this miserable condition, brought her to Doctors Beck & Stone, and renamed her Blanchette.
Our vets had to perform a very challenging procedure, to cut through the wrist to correct the rotation whilst maintaining the blood vessels and nerves.
Blanchette is doing well after the surgery.
Do you recall the Bichon Frise, later appropriately renamed Lucky, who was tossed from the 18th floor and miraculously survived because he hit a car windshield, which caved in and absorbed some of the impact?
Lucky was rescued on the scene of the cruel act, and carried to the nearest Doctors Beck & Stone hospital by pop-singer Huang Yong 黄勇, who has now adopted him.
Lucky then underwent 80 days of hospital treatments, including orthopedic surgery, using an external carbon-fiber support rod, followed by rehabilitation, and has now finally been discharged and declared fully recovered.
Please join us in wishing Lucky good luck in his new loving home with pop-singer Huang Yong 黄勇.
We all want to give our pets the best possible care to ensure that they have long, healthy, and happy lives. That is why we at Doctors Beck & Stone have prepared the very best preventative healthcare plan, and named it the Pet Health Club.
For more details please click here.
We are pleased to introduce a new advanced stem cell therapy option for pets who suffer chronic pain from arthritis, hip dysplasia, ligament & tendon injuries, fractures, and osteoarthritis.
Stem cell therapy results, using our new Medivet equipment, have been very encouraging in other countries, and we therefore decided to be the first to introduce this cutting-edge technology to pet owners in China.
Please contact us to discuss stem cell therapy and other treatment options if your pet suffers chronic pain from any of the conditions mentioned above.
Click here for more information on stem cell therapy for pets.
Established in 2009, Tuhua is the first officially registered non-profitable animal salvation organisation. We strive for animal protection, salvation and adoption.
Location: Tuhua park, HaiZhu district, GuangZhou
Contact Person: YoYo
Mobile: 138 2600 5253
We are a non-profit, Shenzhen-based organization, dedicated to locating suitable people interested in adopting a homeless, lost, previously abused, or neglected dog or cat.
Address: Shenzhen Bai Shizhou KINGKEY BANNER CENTER east , close to the army's dog training base. Tel: 86035169 Mobile: 13751139844 (Mr Yin)
In Shanghai alone, many animals are abandoned each year by irresponsible pet owners. A few lucky ones made it back to a family. The past few years we have seen more and more people here show care and concerns for the stray situation. However, there is a general lack of good adopters as more people still lack knowledge of responsible pet ownership and wants puppies/kittens more as a toy and do not think long term. Many pet owners do not spay/neuter their animals, pets are bred by homes and overpopulated the online community and pet markets. Responsibility and care education need to become more popular in schools.. BestFriends hope s that people and pets can become good companions, and kind hearted people can work together towards common goals as well and make this a community.
Facebook: email@example.com or add the above mailbox
SSAPA - Pet Adoption Day
LAST SUNDAY EVERY MONTH
Time: 11am to 3pm
Venue: Pourquoi Pet Cafe
Address: 3585 Yindu Road (near Humin Road), Minhang District, Shanghai. Located at 3 minutes walk from Yindu Road subway station (Line 5).
Contact person: Jane Wang
Phone: 147 8258 8576
Organized by: SSAPA
Shanghai Small Animal Protection Association (SSAPA) is a non-profit pet organization in Shanghai that has placed more than 600 pets with adoptees. All adoptable cats and dogs are vaccinated, spayed/neutered and de-wormed to make sure they are in healthy conditions. Sadly, they are the few lucky ones rescued out of the thousands abandoned by their owners each year.
Please come to see many of them at this monthly pet adoption event!!! You can help SSAPA to make a difference by giving them a permanent caring home ... enjoying immeasurable amount of love in return!
PPAR Cat & Kitten Adoption
Come by the PPAR Shelter to check out some kitties that need adopting. All of the cats are sterilized, immunized and treated for parasites prior to their adoptions. Every Saturday and Sunday from 1pm-5pm.
Contact: Ms. Sophia Lin
Address: PPAR Shelter, Jinping Road, Minhang District, Shanghai
Website: http://bbs.movshow.com/forum-204-1.html (Chinese)
JAR Animal Adoption Day
Events every month from 11am to 3pm
Jaiya's Animal Rescue (JAR) is a non-profit small animal rescue group committed to protecting and improving the health and welfare of animals through pet health care, education, and the promotion of adoption / fostercare as an alternative approach to purchasing animals. JAR holds Adoption Days once per month. This is a chance for rescued cats, dogs, kittens and puppies to be adopted, and to have a loving safe home. Event runs from 11am to 3pm. No entry fee.
Venue: Papas Bierstube
Hongmei Lu 3338, Hongmei Pedestrian Street 22-24
near Yan’an Xi Lu
Event Venue: COOL DOCKS South Plaza
Address：No,505 Zhongshan Nan Lu,near Xin Matou Jie
Call for next dates:
SCAA Pet Adoption Day
Events every month
Come meet healthy and social companion animals looking for a permanent home or ask SCAA how you can help needy cats and dogs in Shanghai. This event happens every month and aims to pair up cats and dogs that have been rescued from the streets of Shanghai with permanent loving homes.
42 Taojiang Lu,
near Wulumuqi Lu
Charity run by Charlotte Landwehr, aiming to reduce stray cat population and promote cat rehoming in Beijing.
Welcome to THE LITTLE ADOPTION SHOP
DOG ADOPTIONS (in the future, cats too!)
Soft Opening : Everyday 12PM to 8PM (earlier by appt.)
Location: Shunyi, West Side of New Exhibition Center (新国展)
(adjacent to the car repair shop, under big green/white sign)
If you can adopt, foster, volunteer or support us in any way,
please drop by and check out our new place.
We have adoptable dogs, good heating and a big welcome for you.
Established in 1987, Animal Rescue Beijing (ARB) is an officially registered non-profitable and non-governmental animal welfare organisation. We strive for animal protection and welfare, advocate education and legislation.
Over 25 years ARB has placed hundreds of dogs and cats into families. Currently we have around 100 dogs rescued in our shelter in Changping, Beijing. They are all properly vaccinated on an annual basis, and most are sterilised. These cheerful fuzzy little angels are waiting for their Ms & Mr. Right, with whom they will be able to start a brand new life.
Location: ARB Shelter, Mengzu Village, Baishan County, Changping District, Beijing
Contact Person: Esther Yang
Mobile: 139 1028 5373
Funding & Charity Sale: http://arbchina.taobao.com/
Beijing May 20, 2013
Name: Bai Xue
Age: 2 Months
If you like me, please contact our CBD hospital.
Beijing May 16, 2013
4 month old Golden Labrador puppy
Good family dog looking for a family
House and crate trained
Vaccinations completed, Beijing city registration prepaid
Beck&Stone one year dog club prepaid (RMB 3000 value)
Dog crate, bed, leash, bowls and toys all included
Call: 139 0102 3260
Beijing May 15, 2013
Our two lovely rabbits Paul and Kralik are looking for a new and loving home, since we have to leave China by the end of June 2013. Paul is a 3 year old male and Kralik is his 6 year old lady. Both are neutered and super friendly and they love to be cuddled.
They love each other very much and we don't want them to be separated. Also they are not used to live in a cage and need some space to run. A balcony as a rabbit space at least would be great, which is even in winter no problem for them.
Click video for more wonderful: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNTU0ODkyODQ4.html
Tina: 15510095022 or Lucas: 15911123271
Shanghai May 13, 2013
The rabbit is around 2 years old male, his weight is 2.4KG. He was abandoned last week and one of our client found it. Now he is looking for an adoption.
Beijing May 9, 2013
9 Month old rescued puppy for adoption
He was found by me in the streets and I always saw that he loved to play with other peoples dogs around that area. When those people and dogs had moved away I wasn't going to leave him in the middle of the winter which was when I found him. He loves to play with other dogs and loves to play with people and children. He is very active but very quite and smart. If you believe that you fit this criteria as a perfect fit you can contact me. I am very protective of him and I know that he needs a playful home preferably with other dogs or children.
Stephane Andersson 15652228983 or Barbara Andersson 15800436817
Beijing April 29, 2013
Two puppies were abandoned at Dong Qu Guo Ji compound. At the moment the security guard is taking care of them, but he cannot do it any longer.
The puppies are very sweet and looking for the home ASAP.
Shanghai April 21, 2013
Cute 5 months old Basset Hound Puppy for Adoption
Hello! I have a cute basset hound puppy that am currently fostering. A British colleague of mine asked me to take care of his puppy for a while, because he broke up with his Chinese girlfriend and ended up on the street with his dog. Then all of a sudden he left China and me with his puppy ... Daisy is a sweet dog, but I have a roommate who was ok with her staying for a while ... but not forever. She's been with me for more than a week, but now it's clear that my colleague doesn't want his dog anymore and is not coming back to China.
Daisy is a sweet puppy, around 5 month old, very friendly and active, knows "sit", "down", "stay" and I taught her to "give five"!
I bought all necessary stuff for her, like bowls, leashes and little mat where she can sleep.
Please, contact me if you are seriously interested in adopting her! She's looking forward to find her new forever caring home!
Mobile: 136 0167 2476
Shanghai April 20, 2013
I have two guinnea pigs, Annabelle an Elizabeth that I got last year from a market. After I had them for 5 months my eyes started to swell up, and later my asthma started to get really bad. I then found out that I am allergic to the guinnea pigs and as a result I can no longer play with or even touch them. This is very hard for me, because I love animals and I love them, but it has become a health hazard to me now.
I am now getting desperate as I am using my inhaler about 5 times a day and waking up needing it too.
e-mail address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. Nr. 18321108957
Beijing April 17, 2013
We have a Chihuahua Mix named Dodge, boarding in our CYP hospital, waiting for adoption. Dodge is intact male, about 5 years old. He is very nice with people.
Two Clients found him on the street and bring him to our hospital on 14ht April night.
The people who found him are teachers who are very kindly, they printed many leaflets and distributing them in the street every day....
Guangzhou April 15, 2013
Established in 2009, Tuhua is the first officially registered non-profitable animal salvation organisation.Now they have over ten pets for adoption. For more information, please contact:
Mobile: 138 2600 5253
Beijing April 14, 2013
My name is XingGan (English meaning, dried apricot), five months old. I'm very friendly and cute. I love people & cat & everything. I have been 1th vaccine and deworming.
I'm now live in Doctors Beck& Stone – CBD hospital. I 'm looking forward warm home.
Please contact: 010-8774 8653
Beijing April 13, 2013
lovely cat looking for a new loving home as soon as possible
Beijing Apr 11, 2013
My name is kangkang. I'm very beaufiful family cat, very friendly. I'm a boy, one year old. My courage is very small, but,I like to play with people. I have been dewormed. Please come and bring me home.
Beijing Apr 08, 2013
Amy: a 3 month old puppy, 4 kilograms, about the size of an average house cat. Amy is a happy, healthy, docile, sweet, and very well-behaved puppy. She's very obedient, does not bark, and is well on her way to being house-broken. Her favorite past times include cuddling and playing fetch. Amy is the type of dog that can be both playful and gentle. She's very good with children, strangers, and other dogs. She is the perfect family dog. She has been to the vet and has been approved for adoption.
For more information, please contact Madeline
Beijing 2 Apr, 2013
Paulchen is looking for a new home in Beijing in June 2013.
He is a neutered male, very loving dog.
Beijing Mar 30, 2013
My name is HeiTang.I am a boy, 2 months old. I'm very friendly and I like stay with people. I was found near the side of the road when I was very young. Today I have finished the routine vaccination-1st and deworming.I want to find a warmth home.
If you love me, please contact Ms Li.
Phone number: 13681551857;
Beijing Mar 29, 2013
Duoduo, boy,dewormed & vaccinated, stool outside, follow simple directions. Wait for adoption.
Contact Person: Ms. AN
Beijing Mar 27, 2013
Narrative for Toffee:
"Hello, my name is Toffee. I am a boy, 6 months old. I am very very friendly and I like to play. I was found near the Chaowai SOHO. Since the doctors and nurses of Doctors Beck & Stone Chaowai SOHO give me warmness and kindness caring, I can grow up in health and happily. I love them but I still look forward to having a sweet sweet home! Please come and bring me home. My loving Mom!
If you are interested, please call Doctors Beck and Stone Chaowai SOHO."
Beijing Mar 27, 2013
Latte is a mixed female dog. She is around 1 old and 5 Kg now. She is vanilla color, with a pinkish nose and dark brown/honey eyes. She is very healthy and has her first shots already.
She is very comfy napping on lap and cuddling, she is also house broken, she needs to go out twice a day. She doesn’t like the leash so that needs work.
Please write mail if you interested in adopting her!
Tianjin March 22, 2013
Kupo for new home
This adorable puppy was found last January. He was starving in the middle of a park where nobody paid attention to him when it was freezing cold.
His name is Kupo, he is about 3 months now. We went to the vet for a medical checkup. He is in a good health and all his vaccinations are up to date.
He is a puppy full of life, very sociable and he loves to play. He is also a good learner. We’ve started his training, and he listens pretty well.
He is waiting to find a family that will give him a lot of love and time to be happy. In a few weeks I will not be able to take care of him because I am moving back to my country, so thank you to spread the word around, to make sure he has a family as soon as possible. Thank you!
Phone No.: 18721189727
Beijing March 19, 2013
Hello, thank you for reading this note. My name is GuaiGuai and I am a loving 8 year old female Pomeranian looking for a loving family to call home. I love being with people, am potty trained and am very obedient and gentle. I rarely bark except if there are intrudersto warn my owners. I am also in tip top condition and have all the yearly immunization shots. I like eating dog food and yummy dog snacks. I would love to meet you so please contact Anna. Look forward to meeting you soon!
Beijing 12 March
Mischa look for a new home
Mischa lives with Adrienne in Beijing now. But Adrienne’s contract in China will end soon. Adrienne had planned to take her back together; however, the pet relocation team told her that she can’t take Mischa as Mischa may not survive the ordeal a second time. Mischa is anxious and sensitive; she suffered badly during the journey.
Adrienne wants to find Mischa a kind and caring home. Ideally with an expat family. Mischa is warm, gently, very cuddly and easy to please.
Contact E-mail: ACarlson@cmgrp.com
Beijing 4, March
Small dog got lost
Our nurse found the lovely girl near hospital. She is maybe several moths only, nicely and pretty. Whoever saw her or her owner, please pass the information accordingly. Thank you!
Reception Number: +86 10 8774 8653
Address: 104 Building 3B, HouXianDaiCheng, BaiZiWan Road, Chaoyang District
Beijing, Mar 1, 2013
This dog has been abandoned by his owners in Xietu Road 1975 ( Carrefour supermarket) near Dong' A road. If someone can do anything to help please go there and save him. The dog is well behaved, does not eat or drink anything as he misses his owners. If you know someone interested or that can help please let him know. Please spread the word. He deserves a nice place and love!!
Beijing, Feb 25th, 2013
A “schnoodle”(a cross between schnauzer & poodle) looking for home
I am probably a “schnoodle”(a cross between schnauzer & poodle, for those who didn’t know). I am about 1 year old & I weight 6.1 kgs. I have been washed (groomed to look like a poodle) & dewormed & vaccinated & neutered & chipped. I am a very friendly little chap and now looking for a nice new home!!! If you want me, please write to:
Beijing, Feb 22nd, 2013
Small short hair great dog Niuniu for adoption!
Niuniu's family is in a mess, new baby, sick grandparents in hospital, she has to come back to me.
Niuniu was rescued in spring 2011, rehomed in fall 2011.
she was a great mother, raised 6 puppies in winter alone before getting rescued!
she's about 3,4 years old, weighs 9kg, vaccinated and dewormed,
she's very smart and sweet! she deserves a great family!
if your family loves dogs,
if you got stable job and home in Beijing,
if you have enough time and patience to take care of a puppy (not for busy full time workers),
if you can register him (￥1000 for first year, ￥500 for annual check),
if you can walk him with a leash,
if you can offer him best professional food and basic training,
if you can take him with you as a part of family when you leave Beijing,
if you would like to keep in touch with me during his entire life,
Beijing, Feb 18th, 2013
6 rescued dogs for adoption or foster family(will pay!)
6 rescued dogs are all basically healthy, sweet, vaccinated, dewormed,
they are all offered best natural dog food, living in decent pet club with pleasant socialization.
if your family loves dogs,
if you got stable job and home in Beijing,
if you have enough time and patience to take care of a puppy (not for busy full time workers),
if you can register her (￥1000 for first year, ￥500 for annual check),
if you can walk her with a leash,
if you can offer her best professional food and basic training,
if you can take her with you as a part of family when you leave Beijing,
if you would like to keep in touch with her rescuer during her entire life,
please contact: email@example.com
The Dog's Diary:
8:00 am - Dog food! My favorite thing!
9:30 am - A car ride! My favorite thing!
9:40 am - A walk in the park! My favorite thing!
10:30 am - Got rubbed and petted! My favorite thing!
12:00 pm - Milk bones! My favorite thing!
1:00 pm - Played in the yard! My favorite thing!
3:00 pm - Wagged my tail! My favorite thing!
5:00 pm - Dinner! My favorite thing!
7:00 pm - Got to play ball! My favorite thing!
8:00 pm - Wow! Watched TV with the people! My favorite thing!
11:00 pm - Sleeping on the bed! My favorite thing!
The Cat's Diary:
Day 983 of my captivity.
My captors continue to taunt me with bizarre little dangling objects. They dine lavishly on fresh meat, while the other inmates and I are fed some sort of dry nuggets. Although I make my contempt for the rations perfectly clear, I nevertheless must eat something in order to keep up my strength. The only thing that keeps me going is my dream of escape. In an attempt to disgust them, I once again vomit on the carpet. Today I decapitated a mouse and dropped its headless body at their feet. I had hoped this would strike fear into their hearts, since it clearly demonstrates my capabilities. However, they merely made condescending comments about what a "good little hunter" I am. Jerks!
There was some sort of assembly of their accomplices tonight. I was placed in solitary confinement for the duration of the event. However, I could hear the noises and smell the food. I overheard that my confinement was due to the power of "allergies." I must learn what this means, and how to use it to my advantage. Today I was almost successful in an attempt to assassinate one of my tormentors by weaving around his feet as he was walking. I must try this again tomorrow, but at the top of the stairs.
I am convinced that the other prisoners here are flunkies and snitches. The dog receives special privileges. He is regularly released, and seems to be more than willing to return. He is obviously retarded. The bird must be an informant. I observe him communicate with the guards regularly. I am certain that he reports my every move. My captors have arranged protective custody for him in an elevated cell, so he is safe. For now.
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