The magic cap

 
Contributed by : Yesha Desai   
The magic cap

This is a story of cap, cat, dog, goblin, pixies, troll and wizard.

Moral(s) of the story: kindness

Once upon a time a woman received a cap from a wizard. The wizard told her that it was a magic cap. “What sort of magic does it do?” The woman asked the wizard.

The wizard smiled, “You would have to see that for yourself.” The woman took the cap and walked away with it.

When she put the cap on her head she heard, “Give me back my food! You cat, give me back my food.”

She looked around but there was no one but two cats fighting with each other. She ignored it, thinking that she was imagining the voices.

She walked ahead and near a lake she heard, “Ugh these fishermen. I won’t die today.” She frowned because no one was around. What was happening?

She walked some more and then a dog came in front of her, “Please give me some food human.” She was shocked. Was it the dog speaking?

The dog barked a reply but she could understand it, “Yes. It was me.” The woman realised that all along, these were the voices of animals and she could understand them because of her magic cap.

Not only could she understand what they were saying but even they could understand her.

The woman decided to use this gift to help animals whose needs could not be understood. She pledged to create a better life for them.




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