My Beautiful New Friend, Bunty

By: Kamakshi

May 31 2011

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Category: Fauna

10 Comments

Aperture:f/4.5
Focal Length:32mm
ISO:800
Shutter:1/50 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 550D

Meet Bunty, a new little guy I befriended close to my office. The camera-shy dog is very soothing to the eye, to say the least. He is a homeless stray dog, but we all take turn feeding him, the people in the area take good care of him. When I came back beaming from my lunch break boasting that he posed for my camera, my colleagues were shell-shocked! Not that they didn’t like the picture; but Bunty is not so friendly with them after all! No wonder dogs choose whom to befriend, they even blush and feel shy at times.

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10 comments on “My Beautiful New Friend, Bunty”

  1. What a sweet pup. So sad that he has no home. It is good that you all are taking care of him and you all are his home. 🙂

  2. heart touching tribute to a street dog; we gave food to street dogs in Greece and Spain … they need us! I say this, though I am a cat owner. I’m proud, that some Indian friends copied our German lifestyle and fetched cats into their homes. I’ve heard, that is not usual?

    • Yup Frizztext, it is not unusual to find people adopting strays. However people like us who have the house locked for most part of the day, just borrow a part of the gratitude on the streets itself 😦

  3. Aw, bless you and your co-workers for feeding Bunty! He looks part Border Collie, which are extremely intelligent dogs. Try teaching him to sit or fetch 😉

    • I didn’t know what breed he is really, thanks for that nic:-) he is so beautiful to look a at the picture doesn’t do him justice. He is super sweet with me but does chase a few people off when he doesn’t like them

  4. I wanted to have pets, but all I was allowed to have was a single red-mouli (fish, in a bottle)! But among the ones that are allowed in the house, I like lizards and spiders. They just know what to do and what not to do unlike the cockroaches!

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  5. […] am more a of dog person than a cat person but cats do pose better for pictures. If this one has any thing to go by, […]

  6. […] safely say is thatcats may take longer to befriend you as compared to dogs, but dogs are a lot more camera-shy than cats. In fact while dogs need a lot of cajoling and coaxing, cats patiently pose till you set […]


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