The Call of the Wild CH 5 Jorge Andrade
Updated: 7/7/2020
The Call of the Wild CH 5 Jorge Andrade
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  • They are so tired they can't even pull the sled.
  • You should put less weight in the load.
  • Ok, I will divide it in two, and I will bring more dogs
  • I am so tired I can't no more
  • I ate too much, my stomach hurts...
  • I am so hungry, our owners underfeed me
  • Buck and the sled dogs were tired, because they already had traveled a lot. There is too much weight for them and they can't pull it. Their new owners wouldn't make things better: Hal, Charles and Mercedes.
  • .
  • That will lead to more time traveling
  • I want more weight!!!
  • People in town recommended Hal to carry less stuff, so the load was cut in half, but still the sled dogs were suffering. So Hal bought 6 unexperienced dogs.
  • My team is diying.
  • They travel much more slowly than they expected, because of the owners’ disorganization and Mercedes’demands. To make matters worse, they overfeed the dogs at first, then underfeedthem when they realize that they are running out of food.
  • One dog, already injured, dies quickly when the food begins to run out, and the new dogs, weakand unused to the North, all begin to starve. Mercedes was insisting for more weight, what would led them to travel even slower.
  • Buck pulls as long as he can and then falls down until the whip or club makes him pull again. He haswasted away from starvation and exhaustion, as have his fellows, who dropquickly. The new dogs die, and so does Billie.
  • Soon only five dogs remain alive in the team,and these five are close to starvation. Meanwhile, springtime has come to theregion, and all around them the snow and ice begins to melt.
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