Ep. #6 The Dog and the Rooster - 🐶 🐔 – Friendship
This is a classic story from Aesop’s Fables. The story is about a dog and a rooster. They want to see the world. So they go to the forest. What do they see in the forest? Let’s listen to the story.
The Dog and the Rooster
A dog and a rooster are best friends. They live on a farm. One day the dog and the rooster want to leave the farm. They want to see something new. They want to see the world. They leave the farm. They go into the forest. The forest has many trees. They walk all day. Then the sun goes down. The sky is dark. It is time to sleep. The rooster sees a good tree. He says to the dog, “It’s time to sleep. I will go onto the top of the tree. Where will you sleep?” The dog says, “The tree has a hole. I will go into the hole. The hole is a good place to sleep.” The dog goes into the hole. The rooster goes onto the top of the tree. The dog and the rooster sleep well. It’s morning. The rooster wakes up. He sees the sun. The rooster starts to crow. The dog comes out of the hole. The dog says, “Shh! Be quiet! It’s too early! We are not on the farm. We are in the forest. I want to sleep.” The rooster says, “Ok I will be quiet. You can go to sleep again.” The dog goes into the hole. The forest is quiet. Then the rooster hears someone say something. “Hello, hello! Is a rooster in the tree?” The rooster sees a fox. The rooster is scared. The rooster is scared because foxes like to eat roosters. The rooster does not say anything. The fox says, “Rooster, I see you. I’m hungry!” The rooster says, “Hello Fox. This tree has a hole. Do you see the hole? In the hole there is something to eat.” The fox sees the hole. The fox says, “The hole is big! I want to look inside the hole. Then I will eat the rooster!” The fox goes onto the tree. He looks into the hole. Then the dog jumps out of the hole. The fox falls down from the tree. The fox runs away into the forest. The end.
The rooster knows when he needs his friend, his friend will be there to help. Friends can help just by being there for each other.