A little bird is flying south in the winter when his wings freeze. He falls through a gap in the roof of a barn and lands frozen next to a cow. The cow feels sorry for the poor bird and drops some dung on him to keep him warm. It works, and he starts to feel free to move again! Filled with happiness, he starts to sing for joy, which in turn attracts a cat that lives at the farm. The cat drags him out of the pile of cow dung, cleans him up, and then eats him.
There are three lessons we can learn from this story:
1. Not everyone who poops on you is your enemy.
2. Not everyone who removes you from poop is your friend.
3. When you are stuck in poop, you’d better keep your mouth shut!