He felt embarrassed when the scenario occurred frequently, so he set an alarm on his phone in case he forgot again. When the alarm rang, as long as the weather was not extremely harsh outside, he would put aside his homework, change his clothes, take the leash,gather the tools to clean up feces, and go out on time. Julie would be waiting excitedly at the door. After it was tied to the leash, rather than saying he was taking it to a walk, it was more accurate to say Julie was dragging him away from the house... Meng Li smiled at his surrounding passengers apologetically and canceled the daily ringing alarm, because there was no need for it to ring again. His finger was placed on the power button. Just when he was about to press it to shut the phone down, he received a message from the host. There was a picture in the message, where Julie was squatting in front of his room, stretching out a paw on the door, and turning its head to look at the camera. Its eyes were full of confusion. The message was accompanied by a brief sentence: It’s still waiting for you to take it outside. The emotions he had been trying to suppress broke out at that moment. He recalled the long-term meticulous caring of the host family, the friendliness and warm-heartedness of the townspeople, and the times when he took Julie out for a walk every day. Suddenly, tears dropped down from his eyes. The passenger next to him thought he was sick, and hurriedly called the stewardess. He could only smile through tears, and said he was alright, just struck by his emotions that he was reluctant to leave. Meng Li had always thought he did not blend into the British life, when in fact, he was the only one who thought like that. Whether it was Julie or the host family, they had regarded him as a family member instead of a guest, and that’s why they had been assigning him with some tasks. He suddenly felt regret. He was such a coward; he should have at least said goodbye to them in the morning.