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One day at dusk, a sheep was enjoying himself at the mountainside, while a wolf came out of nowhere all of a sudden and intended to eat it. The sheep jumped away immediately and used his horns to counter the wolf, crying out loudly to his friends for help.
The full looked through the trees and spotted the wolf, running away immediately.
The horse looked down and spotted the wolf, dashing away quickly.
The donkey stopped his pace and spotted the wolf, slipping away quietly.
The pig passed by and saw the wolf, rushing down the mountain right away.
The rabbit heard the voice of the wolf and darted away swiftly.
The dog heard the cries of the sheep and hurried to the mountainside, leaping out of the bushes and biting the wolf’s neck. The wolf felt so painful that he exclaimed miserably and escaped quickly when the dog loosened his bite for breathing.
After the sheep came back home, all his friends came up to visit him.
The bull said, “Why not tell me you were in danger? I could use my sharp and sturdy horns to hook out the intestines of the wolf.”
The horse said, “Why not tell me you were in danger? My strong hooves could stamp broken the wolf’s head.”
The donkey said, “Why not tell me you were in danger? I could shout the wolf away with my formidable voice!”
The pig said, “Why not tell me you were in danger? I could use my big mouth to crush the sheep down the mountain.”
The rabbit said, “Why not tell me you were in danger? I am good at running and could ask others to help.”
Among all of them, only the dog did not say anything.
The real friendship does not lie in rhetorical words but in the hand that could help you out of troubles when needed. Those who often surround you and make you happy are not necessarily your real friends, while those who seem to be distant from you but care about you and do you a favor when you are in difficulties are. So who are your real friends and whose real friends are you?