Adoptable Description (provided by owner):
This is the
steampunk doggy I got from RiverFlow for writing the information about it. It's the alt 3 female
which looks lovely, doesn't it? click please~
There is a story about an old clockmaker that had a granddaughter. He
loved her so much that one day he decided to make her a toy, but he
couldn’t do anything else other than make clocks, so he put all
his effort into making a wind-up toy puppy. The puppy was very
special, it had wings and in those it had gears like a clock. When he
was wind up the gears would move and rotate to let the doggy move
whether the toy walked, ran or just slept, when he was wound up he
seemed almost real. The girl fell in love with the puppy the moment
she laid eyes on it.
The girl took it everywhere with her, the puppy became a part of her
family. Once, the girl got lost in the city. The puppy searched and
searched, but couldn’t find her. It had started to rain he knew
rain was bad for a mechanical toy made of metal because he could rust,
but the girl was more important to him. Then he saw her on a road and
a car was heading uncontrollably her way. He jumped and pushed the
girl out of the car’s way. She was saved, but he was rode over
by the car. He broke his legs, rusted and couldn’t move. The
girl looked down at him picked him up and threw him into a trash bin.
The poor puppy was no longer wanted.
Lying still inside the bin amongst all the trash, looking up at the
sky and never moving until one day someone picked him up. An old
granny took him to her house and in the house were millions of clocks,
from wrist-watches and giant grandfather clocks to small hourglasses.
The granny was an antique clock seller. She put the puppy on her
working desk and started repairing him. After a few days, the puppy
looked as if he was never destroyed. But there was one problem –
the winding key was lost, so the doggy couldn’t move, he
couldn’t do anything. It was completely destroyed by the car.
Now he just stood in the window and let little children look at him.
The old clocks, living many years fulfilling their duty of always
showing the right time, waking up their master with a loud bang and
quietly ticking all day pitied the puppy quietly sitting at the
window. Once, the oldest grandfather clock that has ticked for years
and years couldn’t stand to look at the sad puppy for a second
longer. He said all the clocks will give him a bit of their time, so
he could move without having to get wound up. But he would have to
become a clock guardian. He would go around the world, giving a bit of
time to every clock. The pup agreed. So the clocks gave some time to
him. It was a very big amount and a few clock quieted down, but not a
single clock stopped. The puppy was given a clock – a guardian
clock, which governs over time. Now he travels around the world in
search of clocks that need a little help keeping up with time.
Written by Leafeon