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cement by Fukari cement by Fukari
when Chelle was 5, her parents bought a great dane puppy named Cezar. but Chelle named him Cement, because he was big and grey. they was inseparable - playing together, sleeping together, she treated as her best friends and had more fun playing with Cement than with other kids. but that's why she had big problems with finding her place in school society. Chelle was good girl. nice and cheerful. but she didin't really care for other kids, didn't wanted to play with them. Cement was the one who mattered. that's why other kids started to think that she's kinda weird... but she didn't care.

but great danes live very shord. Cement died after 7 years, when Chelle was only 12. she was strongly depressed, as much as only kid could be after losing best friend. she started to be quiet, sad, apathetic. rarely smiled. she didn't have other friends and her sister Rita was quite popular girl in school, so she felt even worse. one day school teacher called Chelle and her parents to say, that Chelle has all symptoms of depression and should be covered by the psychogist care. for a few years she had reguar meetings with psychologist. but she still had problems with other kids, she just didn't know how to act, how to make friends.

after years she changed a bit, grew up and started to fix everything. she gain some self-confident, started to work in dog shelter, and even she has some friends now.

(sorry for my poor english. hope you're able to understand what I'm trying to say. also I make a lot of typos so sorry for that..)
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sarielv Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014
a-frickin'-dorable
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Foulmouthed-Fangirl Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014
Reminds me of my own buddy, Pogo.
We grew up together from the age of six months onward. Luckily, I had more time with him than Chelle did with Cement- he got to fourteen! But I do miss him sometimes. I remember doing everything in this picture with him.
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francybel Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2014  Student General Artist
so cute!! <3
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ApricotVixen Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014  Student
I love Chelle, her story is so original and different. As she grows up, it gets even better. :-) How did she get into roller skating? 
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Shy-Sniper Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Beautiful story! Don't worry, your English is pretty good.
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MorphoAdonis Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
You draw the most loving, joyful faces... It inspires me just as much as it makes me envious, haha! Wonderful work as always!
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chana080310 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2014
Basically my life story, only with an Irish Wolfhound. Big dogs = Big Hearts + Short Lives :(
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Katakana1 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013
The drawings looks great. And the story is both very nice and sad.
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zurugashikoi Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2013
actually I know that feeling.. I was 14 when my 17-year-old (!) cat died. he had cancer.. he was the most patient and the kindest creature I've ever met. I played with him a lot when I was small and didn't really care about other kids. he was my best friend and my patron. with his beautiful, light-red, long fur he almost looked like a lion. he was with me when I was sad or happy, when I cried he came to me slowly -as he always walked around- looked in my eyes as he would ask: "What's the problem, dear?" I was so lucky to know him. even now, years after his death I'm always crying thinking of him.. even right now. 
(sorry for the story, I could resist to write it down)
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hackney5 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2013  Student General Artist
I had my dog practically my whole life. My sisger euthanised him 4 years ago and I only found out two weeks ago...
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