As John approached Daisy, she could see that he seemed a lot more hesitant than she was. He knew how badly Daisy wanted the best for the dog, though, and perhaps the only way of achieving that was to enter the property.
All that was left for him to do now was to accompany his wife and make sure that nothing crazy happened as they tried to enter the property. So far, it just looked like an abandoned and dilapidated house. Who knows what could be lurking around the corners of this poorly lit house they were about to enter?
The Back Door
While John stood at the front door, Daisy made her way around the house in search of any hints or people that may be living on the property. They both wanted something to happen soon so that they could get to the bottom of this and just figure out how to navigate the whole situation of the stray dog.
Daisy discovered a back door, which turned out to be open. Normally, Daisy would not just trespass the way she did today, but she needed answers. She thought to herself, was she really going to enter a potentially danger zone in an unknown neighborhood?
Calling John Over
Daisy was well aware that she was in weird territory, and all she wanted was to see the Labrador again. This was the most important thing to her right now, and she was willing to do anything for that to happen.
She was going to take the risk of entering the sketchy property, and she was sure, at this point, that no one else would have ever done something like this for a stray dog they had met a few days ago. But first, she thought it would be most sensible to call her hubby over. Better to enter the property with her husband by her side than go in alone
Graffiti Covered Walls
They proceeded to open the door with a lot of force and might. The door opened with a loud creaking sound. The vibe was eerie and haunting, but they powered through their fears and got inside the house. It became apparent to the pair that there was not a soul in sight.
It was also evident that the house hadn't been inhabited for a very long time. There were a lot of signs of decay and dust in every direction that they looked. The walls were all covered in graffiti, and most of the furniture seemed destroyed or just completely worn out.
The overall atmosphere of the abandoned house was, as expected, unpleasant and unwelcoming. It got Daisy thinking about why the stray dog was so attached to the house in the first place if there didn't even seem to be any people living there.
What so ever was the reason that the dog was so connected to this abandoned house in the first place? And why does the Labrador have this place's coordinates on the tag around his neck? There had to be some reason, like somebody that had lived there in the past, but who could it be if there seemed to be no one there now?