Ragnar, a Pittie, has a plushie he cannot live without, no matter where he goes. When his mother, Lucile, has to wash his toy, he gets very sad.
As the toy spins in the washing machine, Ragnar doesn’t understand why it had to be taken away from him. He loves it so much and carries it everywhere he can.
Ragnar sleeps with the toy, plays, walks, and loves to destroy it. Slowly the plushie came apart. It started with the ears, and then its stuffing went out of the holes Ragnar made.
Originally the toy was Lucile’s. It used to be on her bed, and Ragnar would sneak in and steal it. Then Lucile decided to give Ragnar the plushie when he was a puppy.
About a year later, the toy was utterly decimated. Lucile had to throw it away, but she had already ordered two new versions of it for Ragnar. One was the same, and the other was much bigger.
Ragnar didn’t see any difference when he was given the new toy. When he saw the large version, he couldn’t believe it was possible. He was happy that it was in such great shape.
People sometimes change sidewalks when they see Ragnar walking. Lucile can’t believe it because of his cute face; she hopes people will lose their prejudice against his breed.