Draco is a sweet and timid pit bull. Growing up, Draco has turned to his heart-shaped red pillow for comfort and security. He brings that pillow everywhere, and he is unable to sleep without it. Draco is more than a little protective of this small pillow, and no, he’s not sharing it, not even with another pooch in the house.
Draco’s precious pillow
Draco was rescued by Allie O’cain when he was just a two-week-old puppy. As Draco was growing up, he found ultimate comfort in a heart-shaped red pillow. Allie says that Draco chewed a lot that they came to the point that they only bought rubber toys. But despite the chewing issue, Draco was unusually gentle towards his pillow, and he handles it like it’s his most prized possession.
So, it was unimaginable for this pooch that his pillow would somehow get ripped and damaged. Unfortunately, that did happen. Draco lives with another pooch, Willow, a black Labrador. Willow wanted to play with the pillow, but Draco was not going to let him.
The two dogs got into a tug of war fight, and the already worn-out pillow ripped apart during the struggle. Draco saw his precious pillow spill out its filling. Draco’s world fell apart, looking at his most favorite thing in the world looking damaged and helpless.
Operation save the pillow
Allie’s mom was there when the whole thing happened, and she quickly rushed to Draco’s side. Grandma re-assured Draco that he’ll get his pillow back as soon as she finished doing an emergency “surgery” on it.
So, Grandma took the pillow and mended it on the sewing machine. All the while, Draco watched as the surgery took place. The dog was evidently worried. He whined as he watched and even tried to snatch it from grandma. Allie remarked how anxious Draco was as he stood with hind legs and peeked to see the entire operation. It was as if his wife was in surgery.
Finally, grandma finished mending the pillow, and it was good as new again. Draco quickly took it away and cuddled it in private. He must be so relieved that the surgery was successful. What a sweet dog you are, Draco!