Her Doggy (1914)
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Harshly treated by her stepfather, a little girl lavishes her affections upon a mongrel. A doctor, summering near the farm, wishes to purchase a dog for vivisection and the girl's stepfather offers to sell her pet for five dollars. Panic-stricken, she runs away during the night, and is found next morning by the doctor's wife, fast asleep in a field with the dog for a pillow. Taken to the doctor's cottage, she cannot believe that no harm is intended to her doggy, and begs the vivisector to cut her up instead. Every lover of animals will hail this story as a masterpiece.
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