Literally Reruns – Friday by Jane Dougherty

A story I wrote a few years ago, about a very likeable neighbour, his foundling dog and a slice of my life as a bordelaise.

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Leila has gone back to the very early days with this choice and it is one of the editor’s favourites and we still talk about it sometimes – late at night over the whisky and that. This is what Leila said:

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

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      1. There’s an organization in the city that tries to find homes for the animals of people that die. They can’t find or do it for all of them though.

      2. I wish they did that here but nobody wants those ancient smelly little dogs that old ladies have or their ancient moth eaten cats. I feel so sorry for them. They have a miserable boring life and then nothing.

      3. There are many Americans who have a mission to rescue animals. More than, for instance, unwanted children. Animals are easier I guess.

      4. A cynic might say if the rescued animal starts to be problematic, you can always deal with it the way its previous ‘owner’ did. Children are harder to dispose of.

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