When Mary Barnes, the owner of a dog named Moose, moved to the bustling center of Chicago, she had no idea how noisy it was. It’s not the usual city hum, which never subsides, but in a small square in front of a square a block away from them — they constantly arrange various events, with fireworks, loud music, etc. And thunderstorms with thunder! Poor Moose didn’t know where to hide, and then Mary was taken from the shelter of Marvin’s cat.
Unlike a dog, a cat is indifferent to noise. Either he got used to it over the years of living in the city, or he developed immunity, but the fact remains that Marvin is always calm. And even finds the strength to find a cowering Moose and calm him down!
The hostess herself is too busy to pay attention to the dog at every loud sound, but Marvin considers it his duty. A kind of compensation for the fact that he was taken into the family, into comfort and coziness after a cold floor in an animal shelter. And comforting, calming a cowardly dog is not a great work for him.
Since Marvin appeared in Moose’s life, he is no longer nervous about trifles. A true friend will always help and protect!