Once upon a time there was an elephant and a fox. The elephant had a big heart. He was kind, generous and helped everyone. On the other hand, the fox was an opportunist who helped others only to get something in return.
One day while both of them were drinking water in the lake, they spotted a mouse who was drowning and calling for help. The fox didn’t respond to his calls and left the scene. But the elephant jumped into the lake. He knew that he could have been attacked by a bask of crocodiles but still he risked his life and saved the mouse. The mouse thanked the elephant for saving his life and promised to help him at times of danger.
One day, the elephant and the fox were passing through the forest. Suddenly a group of poachers came out of nowhere and shot both of them with tranquilizers. The tranquilizers had their effect and soon both of them fainted.
After a while when they regained their senses, they found themselves imprisoned within trap nets. Both of them screamed for help. The mouse heard the elephant’s voice and rushed along with his team to save him. Upon reaching, they quickly nibbled the trap nets with their sharp teeth and saved the elephant. But nobody helped the fox due to his unfriendly and arrogant attitude and hence was left to his fate.
MORAL: TO HAVE A FRIEND YOU NEED TO BE A FRIEND FIRST.