History Heartwarming / PetshopOfHorrors

2nd Sep '15 12:48:20 AM TheSnowSquirrel
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* When Count D sends Chris to the store on an errand in Chinatown. He trips and falls and is about to cry, before T-chan tells him to take it like a man.
-->'''T-chan:''' Stop that crying! You're a man! Why don't you try acting like one?
-->'''Chris:''' ''-sniff-'' I wasn't gonna to cry!
** Encounter is [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/petshop_of_horrors/v08/c002/38.html cuter than it sounds.]]

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* When Count D sends Chris to the store on an errand in Chinatown. He trips and falls and is about to cry, before T-chan tells him to take it like a man.
-->'''T-chan:''' Stop that crying! You're a man! Why don't you try acting like one?
-->'''Chris:''' ''-sniff-'' I wasn't gonna to cry!
** Encounter is [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/petshop_of_horrors/v08/c002/38.html cuter than it sounds.]]
1st May '15 12:28:03 PM Satakieli
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* ["My dear detective, if I didn't worry about you, who would?" http://mangafox.me/manga/petshop_of_horrors/v06/c001/30.html]

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* ["My dear detective, if I didn't worry about you, who would?" http://mangafox.[[http://mangafox.me/manga/petshop_of_horrors/v06/c001/30.html]html "My dear detective, if I didn't worry about you, who would?"]]
1st May '15 12:26:57 PM Satakieli
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* ["My dear detective, if I didn't worry about you, who would?" http://mangafox.me/manga/petshop_of_horrors/v06/c001/30.html]
23rd Mar '14 10:09:38 PM WillBGood
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* In one story, a blind girl with an enourmous wealth at the recent death of her parents needed a dog to help her see and for protection in case the killer came back for her. So Count D got her a loyal German doberman called Dreizehn. At first she was uncomfortable with him but she grew to like him. Unfortunately, the killer came back to get her. Dreizehn ignored her orders to run away and attacked the killer. Knocked out of the way, the girl could only hear the sounds of ripping and screaming. Crying, she wanted to see again, to see if Dreizehn was all right. Her eyes suddenly opened and the first thing she saw was a regular doberman next to the dead body of her would-be killer. The dog quickly got up and licked her face to comfort her. At once, she knew who he was. The last words of the story was that the two of them were still together to this day.

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* In one story, a blind girl with an enourmous wealth at a large inheritance from the recent death of her parents needed a dog to help her see and for protection in case the killer came back for her. So Count D got her a loyal German doberman called Dreizehn. At first she was uncomfortable with him but she grew to like him. Unfortunately, the killer came back to get her. Dreizehn ignored her orders to run away and attacked the killer. Knocked out of the way, the girl could only hear the sounds of ripping and screaming. Crying, she wanted to see again, to see if Dreizehn was all right. Her eyes suddenly opened and the first thing she saw was a regular doberman next to the dead body of her would-be killer. The dog quickly got up and licked her face to comfort her. At once, she knew who he was. The last words of the story was that the two of them were still together to this day.
1st Sep '12 12:51:23 PM SayaAensland
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* In one story, a girl struggles to be a pianist. The trouble is, she doesn't have the natural talent to be a prodigy, which both she and her parents realize. Unfortunately, both pretend she does, not wanting to disappoint each other. The girl's pet dog, who she had been raising since birth even though the poor thing was blind, deaf, and weak, bites her hand, ruining her chances of being a pianist, but freeing her to pursue a career of her choice. The real heartwarming part comes at the end. [[spoiler:The girl's father sent the dog to stay with Count D, out of anger at it biting her. It was clear that the dog was expecting something like that to happen... but was completely surprised to see the girl come back for her dog. Keep in mind that this dog was the equivalent of the Dahli Lama, having had several hundred years of living. And ''this moves her''!]]

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* In one story, a girl struggles to be a pianist. The trouble is, she doesn't have the natural talent to be a prodigy, which both she and her parents realize. Unfortunately, both pretend she does, not wanting to disappoint each other. The girl's pet dog, who she had been raising since birth even though the poor thing was blind, deaf, and weak, bites her hand, ruining her chances of being a pianist, but freeing her to pursue a career of her choice. The real heartwarming part comes at the end. [[spoiler:The girl's father sent the dog to stay with Count D, out of anger at it biting her. It was clear that the dog was expecting something like that to happen... but was completely surprised to see the girl come back for her dog. Keep in mind that this dog was the equivalent of the Dahli Dalai Lama, having had several hundred years of living. And ''this moves her''!]]
24th Jul '12 9:11:53 PM ZeldaQueen
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** In one story, Wu Fei meets and befriends a young girl, taking her to an amusement park when he hears how she has no friends, and [[PapaWolf getting angry]] when he thinks that her sister is grooming her to be a prostitute. [[spoiler:It turns out that the girl is a mystical bird in human form, and arrives in time to save Wu Fei from an assassination attempt via poison. And at the end of the story, D says that the girl's older sister was very grateful for Wu Fei looking after the girl.]]


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* In one story, a girl struggles to be a pianist. The trouble is, she doesn't have the natural talent to be a prodigy, which both she and her parents realize. Unfortunately, both pretend she does, not wanting to disappoint each other. The girl's pet dog, who she had been raising since birth even though the poor thing was blind, deaf, and weak, bites her hand, ruining her chances of being a pianist, but freeing her to pursue a career of her choice. The real heartwarming part comes at the end. [[spoiler:The girl's father sent the dog to stay with Count D, out of anger at it biting her. It was clear that the dog was expecting something like that to happen... but was completely surprised to see the girl come back for her dog. Keep in mind that this dog was the equivalent of the Dahli Lama, having had several hundred years of living. And ''this moves her''!]]
27th Aug '11 3:26:10 AM SayaAensland
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* In one story, a blind girl with an enourmous wealth at the recent death of her parents needed a dog to help her see and for protection in case the killer came back for her. So Count D got her a loyal German doberman called Dreizehen. At first she was uncomfortable with him but she grew to like him. Unfortunately, the killer came back to get her. Dreizehen ignored her orders to run away and attacked the killer. Knocked out of the way, the girl could only hear the sounds of ripping and screaming. Crying, she wanted to see again, to see if Dreizehen was all right. Her eyes suddenly opened and the first thing she saw was a regular doberman next to the dead body of her would-be killer. The dog quickly got up and licked her face to comfort her. At once, she knew who he was. The last words of the story was that the two of them were still together to this day.

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* In one story, a blind girl with an enourmous wealth at the recent death of her parents needed a dog to help her see and for protection in case the killer came back for her. So Count D got her a loyal German doberman called Dreizehen.Dreizehn. At first she was uncomfortable with him but she grew to like him. Unfortunately, the killer came back to get her. Dreizehen Dreizehn ignored her orders to run away and attacked the killer. Knocked out of the way, the girl could only hear the sounds of ripping and screaming. Crying, she wanted to see again, to see if Dreizehen Dreizehn was all right. Her eyes suddenly opened and the first thing she saw was a regular doberman next to the dead body of her would-be killer. The dog quickly got up and licked her face to comfort her. At once, she knew who he was. The last words of the story was that the two of them were still together to this day.
18th Apr '11 8:07:19 AM JoieDeCombat
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* When Count D sends Chris to the store on an errand in Chinatown. He trips and falls and is about to cry, before T-chan (at least, this troper ''thinks'' that's what the man-eating ram is called) tells him to take it like a man.
->'''T-chan:''' Stop that crying! You're a man! Why don't you try acting like one?
->'''Chris:''' ''-sniff-'' I wasn't gonna to cry!

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* When Count D sends Chris to the store on an errand in Chinatown. He trips and falls and is about to cry, before T-chan (at least, this troper ''thinks'' that's what the man-eating ram is called) tells him to take it like a man.
->'''T-chan:''' -->'''T-chan:''' Stop that crying! You're a man! Why don't you try acting like one?
->'''Chris:''' -->'''Chris:''' ''-sniff-'' I wasn't gonna to cry!
21st Feb '11 9:29:55 AM Comet
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* There are several in ''Pet Shop of Horrors: Tokyo''. The best example this Troper can think of is a story in which a Filipino woman named Joanna is happily married to a much older (and rich) man, but finds herself trapped in a Cinderella situation when her husband gets dementia. Her stepchildren, all the same age as her, hate her for her youth and being foreign and only let her stay as a servant. She balances doing all of their chores, caring for her husband, raising her son, and protecting him from the family. She is aided by a strange young man named Rudy who D sends from the pet shop to assist her. After learning of her predicament, Rudy holds Joanna and offers to take her and her son away so she won't be hurt anymore. Though tempted, Joanna refuses on the grounds that she loves her husband and won't abandon him. To top it off, after her husband dies she discovers that [[spoiler:he was only faking his dementia to see how his family really felt and acted. So he saw how much Joanna cared for him and loved him after all. Because of this, he leaves her the entire half of his very large estate and a note warning her to raise their son better than he raised his other children.]]

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* There are several in ''Pet Shop of Horrors: Tokyo''. The best example this Troper can think of is a story in which a Filipino woman named Joanna is happily married to a much older (and rich) man, but finds herself trapped in a Cinderella situation when her husband gets dementia. Her stepchildren, all the same age as her, hate her for her youth and being foreign and only let her stay as a servant. She balances doing all of their chores, caring for her husband, raising her son, and protecting him from the family. She is aided by a strange young man named Rudy who D sends from the pet shop to assist her. After learning of her predicament, Rudy holds Joanna and offers to take her and her son away so she won't be hurt anymore. Though tempted, Joanna refuses on the grounds that she loves her husband and won't abandon him. To top it off, after her husband dies she discovers that [[spoiler:he was only faking his dementia to see how his family really felt and acted. So he saw how much Joanna cared for him and loved him after all. Because of this, he leaves her the entire half of his very large estate and a note warning her to raise their son better than he raised his other children.]]
*When Count D sends Chris to the store on an errand in Chinatown. He trips and falls and is about to cry, before T-chan (at least, this troper ''thinks'' that's what the man-eating ram is called) tells him to take it like a man.
->'''T-chan:''' Stop that crying! You're a man! Why don't you try acting like one?
->'''Chris:''' ''-sniff-'' I wasn't gonna to cry!
**Encounter is [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/petshop_of_horrors/v08/c002/38.html cuter than it sounds.
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