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26th Nov '15 12:47:53 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* There was a ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' comic in ''DisneyAdventures'' in which Pete replaces his dog with a cardboard robot guard dog after their house gets robbed. Turns out "Card" is actually programmed to let its creator in to rob the house again.

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* There was a ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' comic in ''DisneyAdventures'' ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' in which Pete replaces his dog with a cardboard robot guard dog after their house gets robbed. Turns out "Card" is actually programmed to let its creator in to rob the house again.



* In Disney/LiloAndStitch, Lilo tells Stitch to go away after she discovers that he's an alien, and that he's the reason that they were being pursued by Jumba and Pleakley. Right after, however, she gets captured by Gantu, and Stitch rescues her.

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* In Disney/LiloAndStitch, ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'', Lilo tells Stitch to go away after she discovers that he's an alien, and that he's the reason that they were being pursued by Jumba and Pleakley. Right after, however, she gets captured by Gantu, and Stitch rescues her.



* In the Creator/HansChristianAndersen tale "Literature/TheNightingale", the Emperor of China tames a nightingale, but neglects it in favor of a clockwork bird. When Death comes for the Emperor, it is the live Nightingale who charms the GrimReaper with his sweet song.

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* In the Creator/HansChristianAndersen tale "Literature/TheNightingale", ''Literature/TheNightingale'', the Emperor of China tames a nightingale, but neglects it in favor of a clockwork bird. When Death comes for the Emperor, it is the live Nightingale who charms the GrimReaper with his sweet song.
17th Apr '15 9:15:11 AM TVRulezAgain
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* ''CourageTheCowardlyDog'': Courage routinely does this for Eustace, who routinely scares and abuses him. However, it's less out of the goodness of his heart and more because of his devotion for Eustace's wife Muriel.

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* ''CourageTheCowardlyDog'': ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'': Courage routinely does this for Eustace, who routinely scares and abuses him. However, it's less out of the goodness of his heart and more because of his devotion for Eustace's wife Muriel.



* In the ''HouseOfMouse'' short "Pluto vs. The Watchdog", Mickey, thinking Pluto is too idiotic to be a watchdog, buys a new dog named Muncy. However, the watchdog is really working with Pete so he can rob Mickey. Pluto saves the day at the end.

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* In the ''HouseOfMouse'' ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' short "Pluto vs. The Watchdog", Mickey, thinking Pluto is too idiotic to be a watchdog, buys a new dog named Muncy. However, the watchdog is really working with Pete so he can rob Mickey. Pluto saves the day at the end.
16th Feb '15 2:06:14 PM TVRulezAgain
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* In LiloAndStitch, Lilo tells Stitch to go away after she discovers that he's an alien, and that he's the reason that they were being pursued by Jumba and Pleakley. Right after, however, she gets captured by Gantu, and Stitch rescues her.

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* In LiloAndStitch, Disney/LiloAndStitch, Lilo tells Stitch to go away after she discovers that he's an alien, and that he's the reason that they were being pursued by Jumba and Pleakley. Right after, however, she gets captured by Gantu, and Stitch rescues her.
14th Jan '15 2:38:08 PM Micah
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* The final segment of ''WesternAnimation/MickeysTwiceUponAChristmas'', has Pluto running away to the North Pole after Mickey yells at him for wrecking his Christmas decorations. Pretty soon, Pluto becomes homesick for his master, while Mickey soon feels that he WasTooHardOnHim and goes out to find him. Santa Claus ends up reuniting the two.

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* The final segment of ''WesternAnimation/MickeysTwiceUponAChristmas'', ''WesternAnimation/MickeysTwiceUponAChristmas'' has Pluto running away to the North Pole after Mickey yells at him for wrecking his Christmas decorations. Pretty soon, Pluto becomes homesick for his master, while Mickey soon feels that he WasTooHardOnHim and goes out to find him. Santa Claus ends up reuniting the two.
14th Jan '15 1:54:04 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The final segment of ''WesternAnimation/MickeysTwiceUponAChristmas'', has Pluto running away to the North Pole after Mickey yells at him for wrecking his Christmas decorations. Pretty soon, Pluto becomes homesick for his master, while Mickey soon feels that he WasTooHardOnHim and goes out to find him. Santa Claus ends up reuniting the two.
18th Apr '14 10:32:28 AM Patachou
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* In the Creator/HansChristianAndersen tale "The Nightingale", the Emperor of China tames a nightingale, but neglects it in favor of a clockwork bird. When Death comes for the Emperor, it is the live Nightingale who charms the GrimReaper with his sweet song.

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* In the Creator/HansChristianAndersen tale "The Nightingale", "Literature/TheNightingale", the Emperor of China tames a nightingale, but neglects it in favor of a clockwork bird. When Death comes for the Emperor, it is the live Nightingale who charms the GrimReaper with his sweet song.
12th Jan '14 9:28:35 AM SaraJaye
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'', Scooby runs away after the kids yell at him for getting in their way. When they discover the pup is missing, Shaggy immediately feels guilty and cries his eyes out while the team goes off to search for him.
1st Jan '14 3:13:13 PM Jisu
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* A ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' comic in which Pete replaces his dog with a cardboard robot guard dog after their house gets robbed. Turns out "Card" is actually programmed to let its creator in to rob the house again.

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* A There was a ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' comic in ''DisneyAdventures'' in which Pete replaces his dog with a cardboard robot guard dog after their house gets robbed. Turns out "Card" is actually programmed to let its creator in to rob the house again.
20th Oct '13 8:51:41 PM Chariset
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In the first act, we meet Alice and her pet dog Tropey. Tropey is a good boy, though he does have a few bad habits and obvious flaws. He tries Alice's patience, and after he misbehaves at a key moment, she loses all patience and sends him away. In the second act, sad Tropey is all alone while Alice adopts Fido, a new pet who seems to have no flaws. But in the third act, Alice falls into danger (sometimes as a direct result of the new pet; other times unrelated). She cries for help, and it is Tropey who comes to her rescue. All is EasilyForgiven and everyone learns the valuable lesson that pets enrich their owner's lives in a way that more than compensates for the times when they're an inconvenience.

Bonus points if Tropey comes to the rescue while Fido runs away or does nothing, or if the very habit of Tropey's that annoyed Alice is the very skill that he needs to save her.

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In the first act, we meet Alice and her pet dog Tropey. Tropey is a good boy, though he does have a few bad habits and obvious flaws. He tries Alice's patience, and after he misbehaves at a key moment, she loses all patience her temper and sends him away. In the second act, sad Tropey is all alone while Alice adopts is happily playing with Fido, a new pet who seems to have no flaws. But in the third act, Alice falls into danger (sometimes as a direct result of the new pet; other times unrelated). She cries for help, and it is Tropey who comes to her rescue. All is EasilyForgiven and everyone learns the valuable lesson that pets enrich their owner's lives in a way that more than compensates for the times when they're an inconvenience.

Bonus points if Tropey comes to the rescue while Fido runs away or does nothing, or if the very habit of Tropey's that annoyed Alice her so much is the very skill that he needs to save saves her.
20th Oct '13 8:50:20 PM Chariset
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A pet's owner is so angry at it that he abandons it. But soon he falls into trouble (usually literally, e.g. into a pit) and his pet saves him, naturally regaining his love. Usually the pet in question will [[EasilyForgiven forgive them]] and return home.

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A pet's owner stock plot about pet ownership in three acts.

In the first act, we meet Alice and her pet dog Tropey. Tropey
is so angry a good boy, though he does have a few bad habits and obvious flaws. He tries Alice's patience, and after he misbehaves at it that he abandons it. a key moment, she loses all patience and sends him away. In the second act, sad Tropey is all alone while Alice adopts Fido, a new pet who seems to have no flaws. But soon he in the third act, Alice falls into trouble (usually literally, e.g. into danger (sometimes as a pit) direct result of the new pet; other times unrelated). She cries for help, and his pet saves him, naturally regaining his love. Usually it is Tropey who comes to her rescue. All is EasilyForgiven and everyone learns the pet valuable lesson that pets enrich their owner's lives in question will [[EasilyForgiven forgive them]] and return home.
a way that more than compensates for the times when they're an inconvenience.

Bonus points if Tropey comes to the rescue while Fido runs away or does nothing, or if the very habit of Tropey's that annoyed Alice is the very skill that he needs to save her.



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