A Bat blundered into the nest of a Weasel, who ran up to catch and eat him. The Bat begged for his life, but the Weasel would not listen.
A certain Wolf could not get enough to eat because of the watchfulness of the Shepherds. But one night he found a sheep skin that had been cast aside and forgotten.
An Ass and a Fox had become close comrades, and were constantly in each other's company.
Some Dogs found the skin of a Lion and furiously began to tear it with their teeth. A Fox chanced to see them and laughed scornfully.
A hungry Wolf spied a Goat browsing at the top of a steep cliff where he could not possibly get at her.
There was once an Ass whose Master also owned a Lap Dog. This Dog was a favorite and received many a pat and kind word from his Master, as well as choice bits from his plate.
In a spell of dry weather, when the Birds could find very little to drink, a thirsty Crow found a pitcher with a little water in it.
A Cat was growing very thin. As you have guessed, he did not get enough to eat. One day he heard that some Birds in the neighborhood were ailing and needed a doctor.
A Dog, to whom the butcher had thrown a bone, was hurrying home with his prize as fast as he could go.
Two Travellers, walking in the noonday sun, sought the shade of a widespreading tree to rest.
A Butterfly once fell in love with a beautiful Rose. The Rose was not indifferent, for the Butterfly's wings were powdered in a charming pattern of gold and silver.
An Ass was feeding in a pasture near a wood when he saw a Wolf lurking in the shadows along the hedge.
A Wolf left his lair one evening in fine spirits and an excellent appetite.
A Wolf had stolen a Lamb and was carrying it off to his lair to eat it.
A Dog asleep in a manger filled with hay, was awakened by the Cattle, which came in tired and hungry from working in the field.
A Peacock, puffed up with vanity, met a Crane one day, and to impress him spread his gorgeous tail in the Sun.
A Wild Boar was sharpening his tusks busily against the stump of a tree, when a Fox happened by.
The Frogs were tired of governing themselves.