It’s a beautiful Saturday morning, and Jane has decided to take her new pet, a chupacabra she recently adopted to the local dog park.
Chupacabras, also known as “goat suckers,” are legendary creatures that are said to attack and drink the blood of goats, sheep, and other livestock. She’s been told that the creature, which she has named Zorg, is quite intelligent and social, so she thinks it will enjoy playing with the dogs at the park.
At first, the group is a little wary but is later glad that they took the time to get to know the strange-looking creature and they leave the park feeling happy and fulfilled.
There have been numerous reports of chupacabra sightings over the years, especially in Latin America but this taking them as pets is a new phenomenon, likely inspired by TikTok videos and people are more comfortable with them. To Jane’s surprise, the dogs seem took an instant liking to Zorg. They start wagging their tails and playfully nipping at its legs, and before long, the group is running around the park together, chasing each other and playing games of fetch.
But not all dog owners are thrilled. “John “was out for a leisurely walk in the park when he noticed a strange-looking dog staring at him. The dog is thin and emaciated, with long, bony legs and piercing blue eyes that seem to gaze right through him. It doesn’t seem to be interested in the other people or dogs in the park and instead keeps its focus solely on John.
“It was the strangest thing I’ve ever seen,” John says, his eyes wide with fear. “It was thin and emaciated, with long, bony legs and piercing red eyes that seemed to bore right through me. It followed me everywhere I went, even when I tried to shake it off. I couldn’t escape its gaze no matter what I did. Well, at least I have a good story to tell around the campfire,” they say with a grin.
John manages a weak laugh, still shaken by his encounter with the scary dog. He can’t wait to get home and leave the park far behind.