Blame and Animals

Topics: English-language films, Blame, The Animals Pages: 2 (664 words) Published: March 17, 2013
Once there was a pig, cow, horse, and sheep. Their lives on the farm were peaceful and carefree. The owner of the farm always treated them fairly. They received the same amount of food, privileges, care, and were never neglected. Because they were treated fairly, they never complained, lied, stole, or fought with each other. They were honest, innocent, happy animals. One day, the owner of the farm passed away and the farm was sold to another man. The man wore a solemn look on his face and never smiled at anyone. All the animals were scared of him. At first, he would feed the animals food but never have time to care for them. After some time, the man started to leave the animals unfed. If the animals were lucky, they could find some leftovers from the garbage bin. Then, they would share the leftovers they found with each other. With barely any food, the animals were miserable and hungry. Their lives had turned for the worse. The pig couldn’t stand the hunger anymore. Whenever the cow, horse, and sheep found food and shared it, he would find ways take extra. Sometimes he would even lie to the others that they gave him less, even though the food was shared equally. The others always gave him a little more when he complained, since they believed that he was telling the truth. They believed that he was still the same pig as he was before their original owner passed away. At times, when the pig himself found food, he wouldn’t share it with the others. He would keep the food all to himself and eat it inside his sty. At night when nobody was awake, he would sneak off to the area where the animals stored the food they found, and bring them back to his sty for his own use. The pig has changed into a lying, stealing, and pig. The animals soon found out that the food they were storing was slowly decreasing. They thought that maybe some other animals outside the farm found the food and stole them. They decided to change a place to store the food and take turns guarding the...
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