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is a lovable 200 pound Saint Bernard. He has never been any trouble.
He is friendly and well liked. He doesn't quite understand what is
happening to him when he is bitten. Then his life becomes fuzzy and
strange. Cujo has been bitten by a rabid rabbit and now he is being
consumed by the disease. Cujo begins his deadly rampage. First
he bites a neighbor but it soon escalates to savagely biting anyone who
comes near him. Donna Trenton has come to the house to have her car
fixed. As she pulls into the yard, her car stalls. Before she
gets out of the car, she notices Cujo covered in blood. He lunges
at the car. Now Donna is trapped in the car with her four-year-old
son. The day is hot and the car is getting unbearable. Young
Tad is having trouble breathing. No one is coming to help.
What will happen to the stranded family? Will anyone be able to find them
Saint Bernard (dog) -- Fiction
Dogs -- Fiction
Maine -- Fiction
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