What's Your Next-Door Neighbor Story?

lost friend

I used to walk at night times in our street and I always saw one man who walked with his cute puppy. They were playing while walk in street light. It was so funny. I was saying hello to him many times when we crossed streets but one day when I walked I saw puppy was running fast on the curb and some people try to catch him up. I am scared because that guy disappear and with that people. I tried to search what’s going on. I followed that people and finally they did catch puppy and brought with them. I yelled them and asked them why are you stealing someone’s puppy and they said we are not stealing puppy but puppy guy died yesterday due to heart attack and we bring his puppy in his funeral. They told me puppy was crying all day and all night. I shocked, because he was so younger but this is the life …….next day I went to that guys home and I saw puppy was still crying and sad because he lost his friend……..

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As part of our new webcomic, Next-Door Neighbor, we thought it appropriate to have a little contest. Tell us your best true next-door neighbor story, and the winning tale will be matched with an artist and transformed into a webcomic and included as the final installment of Next-Door Neighbor.

About Next-Door Neighbor


No matter how close or how far, we all live next to someone, and we all have a Next-Door Neighbor story. With that in mind, editor Dean Haspiel asked some of his favorite storytellers and cartoonists to create their favorite NDN stories so we could share them with you.

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