In the evening, a sheep was playing on the hillside alone. Suddenly, a wolf came out of the tree to eat the sheep. The sheep jumped up, fought with its horns, and cried out to friends for help.
The cow looked at this place in the bushes and found that it was a wolf and ran away;
The horse looked down and found that it was a wolf and ran away;
The donkey stopped and found that it was a wolf. It slipped down the hill quietly;
When the pig passed by, it found that it was a wolf and rushed down the slope;
The rabbit left with an arrow.
The dog at the foot of the mountain heard the cry of the sheep and ran up the slope. It flashed out of the grass and bit the wolf's neck. The wolf cried out in pain. When the dog was breathing, it ran away in fear.
When I got home, my friends came,
Niu said: Why didn't you tell me? My horn can gouge out the intestines of wolves.
Ma said: Why didn't you tell me? My hooves can break a wolf's head.
The donkey said: Why didn't you tell me? I roared to frighten the wolf.
Pig said: Why didn't you tell me? I used my mouth to arch it and let it fall down the mountain.
The rabbit said: Why didn't you tell me? I can run fast and send messages.
In this noisy crowd, there is only no dog.
Comprehension: True friendship is not rhetoric, but the hand you hold at the critical moment. Those friends who surround you all day long and make you a little happy are not necessarily true friends. Those who seem to be far away from you, but actually pay attention to you all the time, do not flatter you when you are happy; The person who silently works for you when you need is the real friend.