Once upon a magical time
there lived a kind and caring girl, called Amy
a crazy dog called Fluffy
and Cute Carrot, a bunny.
Amy has cornflower blue eyes
and always wears her chocolate brown hair in a pony tail.
She lives at home with her pet family
Fluffy the crazy dog
and Carrot the cute bunny.
Amy loves going for adventures
in the Enchanted Forest near her home.
She dislikes seeing dogs going to the pound.
There she was on a magical Winter’s evening sitting on a soft couch.
She could smell her dinner cooking which was good because she felt very hungry.
She could hear a lonely dog barking sadly in the pound across the town
on the other side of the Enchanted Forest.
‘That poor dog’, she thought.
I wish that pound was shut down.
The pet family all went to their warm comfortable beds that cold Winter’s night.
But Fluffy the crazy dog woke up and found she was not at all sleepy
and she had her warm coat to keep her warm so she wasn’t bothered by the cold.
and Mr. Mean the dog catcher caught her
and brought her to that terrible place that every dog dreads
– the dog pound.
Amy woke up early that next wintery day
before anyone else was awake
and could not find her dog Fluffy anywhere.
Amy quickly put two and two together.
‘Oh no Carrot’! cried Amy, ‘Mr. Mean, the dog catcher must have taken her.
Fluffy must be gone to the pound’.
Amy picked up Carrot and ran out the door
and through the Enchanted Forest.
‘Slow down’, called out Carrot, ‘all this bumping is making me dizzy’.
Amy nearly dropped the rabbit.
‘I didn’t know you could talk’.
‘I can,’ replied Carrot the rabbit, but only in the Enchanted Forest.
‘Slow down,’ Carrot suggested, ‘we need to have a plan’.
They sat down under a large tree to decide what to do.
‘I’m hungry,’ sighed Amy, ‘I left in such a hurry, I didn’t have any breakfast’.
‘I’m hungry too,’ sniffled Carrots. ‘I’d love a crunchy carrot’.
With that a carrot fell out of the sky in front of Carrots.
‘Lucky you’, cried out Amy ‘I’d love some crunchy toast with butter.
No sooner than Amy said this a hail of crunchy toast came raining down.
That is no coincidence said Carrots.
Can’t you see, this is a wishing tree
Oh well in that case, I wish that Fluffy was here with me
the pound would close down
No sooner than she had said this,
the pound was shut down
and Fluffy came running towards her,
followed by 100 other dogs.
‘Oh oh,’ thought Amy, ‘this will take some explaining at home.
I better make another wish quickly’.
Amy wished that each of these dogs could find and happy home
And that all would live happily ever after
And they did.
While she was at it she wished Mr. Mean would have a change of heart.
He changed his name to Mr. Begood
and he works for an animal charity now,
helping lost dogs to find their owners
and helping dogs without a home to find one.
And so they all lived happily every after.