In the town of Alta, Northern Norway lived a sled dog named Martinus.
This was of course not his name, for dogs have no use for actual names. Although this canine energy did recognise the sound ‘Mar-Tee-Nus’ and understood on his level that it somehow related to him.
The human energy forms seemed to need this label for identification purposes. Even though his awareness of the term ‘human’ was negligible.
Martinus lived with eleven other Husky dogs. Each day they pulled a weight attached to their torso across the snow-laden land.
After which, they ate.
He would like to hunt for the food himself, although he didn't know why. Still, the meat tasted good and the effect was pleasing.
It was a happy life for the dog the humans labelled ‘Martinus’.