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Report on a dog boy by the policeman

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Report on a dog boy by the policeman 2nd of February 2000 on Tuesday I had a phone call from the social worker about this boy who was missing from the children's home. I was writing the missing report file while the social worker was describing the boy. The social worker was telling me that they have been looking after this boy for couple months since his parents abused him. His parents threw him out of the house. He was really frightened. After the social workers found out about the situation of this boy they decided to take him under childcare. The social worker told me that he couldn't adjust to the social environment of living with people from different cultures. He always felt loneliness in his life never made any true friends. He was depressed and aggressive towards other children in the children's house. The whole atmosphere was strange for him. He wasn't aware of such things as interacting with other people, making new friends. ...read more.

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It's a miracle that this boy had survived without having any major affects on him. He had forgotten how to correspond with humans because he never had to communicate with the dogs like humans. Since he was found in the cave with dogs he was named as 'dog boy' because the dogs looked after him in the jungle. He was young when he went missing from children's home and definitely needed someone to look after him. He wasn't old enough to maintain himself. He lived with the dogs under certain circumstances because he had no family. 2nd of January 2006 on Wednesday I spoke to the doctor and the doctor told me that the boy is completely normal and can go home. After I spoke to the doctor I called the social workers and arranged a meeting with them. My colleagues and me spoke to the social worker and then we all decided to send him back to the children's home. I went to the hospital to pick him up and on the way to the police station I told him that I have decided to send him back to the children's home until his old enough to look after himself. ...read more.

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I discussed this case further with my colleagues and then we decided to live him alone because we can't force him to do anything and if he gets too much pressure from us it might affect him mentally. In the end he went back to the dogs because from his point of views dogs can love him and protect him more than humans. I think this boy is very sensitive person because he can have a better life in the social environment where human being lives. If he lives in human society it will give him a chance to design his own life, to establish himself but he didn't like humans because of the incident that happened in the past affected him mentally. However he had an opportunity to make changes in his life to have a peaceful life, rather than living with animals who doesn't know how to communicate with humans. But he choose to live with the animals and I do not want to interfere in his life anymore because no one has the rights to rules over someone else's life. Rita Khatun Coursework-2 (Fiction) ...read more.

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