Kuruk: the Little Bear that CouldPosted: February 21, 2014
I was really sad to read that my brother from another mother – aka Ku – is not going to blog anymore, and instead will be concentrating on other interests.
Ku is a mallie like me. But unlike me, had a difficult start to life and had to be rescued from a puppy farm. He has written a book about his journey from a frightened starving pup, to the happy haiku-writing friend we all know and love. His book is called Kuruk: the Little Bear that Could.
Mummy ordered his book for me a while ago, but at the same time ordered herself a book that wasn’t released yet. She assumed they would arrive separately, but they didn’t and I only got it yesterday. Silly mummy!
Anyway, mummy read me Ku’s story straight away and I had to wipe away a tear. It’s difficult for a
spoiled pup like me to imagine the hardship of not knowing love, of walkies, and the worst thing of all not knowing when the next meal would come, if it would at all.
Ku’s story is not a depressing tale though, it’s one of hope. It’s the story of how a pup who had such a hard start to life has overcame so many issues to become both loving and trusting.
I’m sorry you’re not blogging anymore, Ku, I’ll miss you. But I wish you well in your new ventures.