Space Janitor (120) looked around behind him to see the dog behind him glaring impatiently.
“Hurry up and dump it, come on you’re holding us up,” the voice said again.
“I didn’t realise how big it was,” said Space Janitor said.
“Doesn’t matter, we got to keep digging,” said the voice.
Space Janitor hesitated still.
“If you’re not going to do it, then let us go ahead,” said the voice.
The two dogs pushed in front of him, tipping the contents of a large box. The box contained several smaller dogs. The tumbled down into the pit coming to a stop right in front of them.
The dogs looked young, there was no hint of grey in their fur. It didn’t look like it was natural causes at least.
Space Janitor looked down at the little bodies.
Squinting he could see there was movement.
“They’re still breathing,” Space Janitor said looking round to the two dogs, but they had already gone.
Now there was another dog pushing Space Janitor. Space Janitor stepped aside. He saw a guard dog watching intently.
Space Janitor knew the dog would not care if the wretches below him lived or died. They had been dumped here for some reason.
The guard dog left his post and approached Space Janitor. What point would there be in trying to persuade the dog? There would be none. Space Janitor looked to see still breathing bodies.
He lowered himself over the edge of the pit. Taking small steps, down he went. The guard dog drew closer.
“Get out of that pit,” it barked.
“They’re still alive,” Space Janitor shouted back.
“Trouble maker have us?” it said, grabbing him and pulling him.
Where were they taking him?
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