The Cat and The Fox
Once upon a time, on a bright afternoon, there was a Cat and a Fox wandering around The Deep Forest together. While walking along, they were amusing themselves by seeing other creatures – A Fatty Chicken here, and A Stray Rat there.
But as this topic over, they started to argue and The Talk started to get Personal. The Fox said ranting and laughingly, “Do you think you are exceedingly brave, you aren’t! You pretend to be cleverer than me! I know a Bagful of Tricks and Deception!”
The Cat replied, “Well, I admit that I know only one Trick! But let me tell you, this one, and prices a lot than your myriad!” Just then, they heard The Shouting of a Hunter and Barking of some Hounds from nearby.
In a moment, The Cat climbed on The Treetop and hid behind The Leaves. The Cat called The Fox, “This is My Trick! Now, what is yours let me see!” But The Fox had so much Tricks to escape that he could not decide which of them to try.
He kept on running here and there with Hounds just before his heels. Then, he doubled his speed, and ran at the top-most speed. He entered a dozen of burrows, but all his efforts were in vain. Finally, The Hounds caught him and ended The Boaster and all of his tricks.
This interesting story has two very meaningful morals, which are:
- Common sense always worth more than Brilliance.
- It is good to be better and master in a particular art, than a couple of many.
The Fox and The Cat is one of The Famous Aesop’s Fable, number 605 in The Perry Index. “The Fox and The Cat” is alternatively titled as, “The Cat and The Fox”. Aesop wrote and published this story.
This story consists of a fox who describes his quality, and ignores The Cat’s One. But later on, The Fox confuses in his Thousands of Tricks and The Hounds kill him. However, The Cat escapes through his only one trick.
Also, earlier versions of this story are available, but each of them describes this lesson.
Every Time is Story Time
By story, we can grow our creativity of mind because every story has a moral, and if we learn more we can learn new and good things. That is why you tell these all Stories to your children and tell them their Morals because, by morals, children can learn new and unique things. You can learn morals by reading it loudly. So, why are you waiting for? Tell The Story of The Cat and The Fox to your child and tell him the Moral of this Story.