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Rated: E · Short Story · Animal · #2210925
A short story about a fairy that helps animals with their problem.

         Once upon a time, there was a little fairy named Opal. She lived in a poisonous mushroom. She loved animals a lot! She loved them so much she was like a nurse for them.

“Don’t worry, Opal will help you!” said the toad to the other toad who ate some poisonous mushroom near Opal’s home.

“Opal! Opal! We need your help! My friend ate some poisonous mushroom near your home by accident!” said the toad trying to get help for his friend.

         When Opal heard this she went to help the toad right away. She made him spit it out. That’s all she had to make him do.

Opal gently patted the toad, “There you go Mr. Toad! It’s alright now!”

“Thank you Opal!” said both of the toads.

         All of the sudden, another animal approached Opal’s house. It was a young fawn and her mother. The fawn was walking with her right back leg up a lot for some reason.

“Opal, please help my baby! I don’t know what’s wrong with her back right leg!” said the fawn’s mother.

“That’s easy! There’s a splinter on it near her ankle,” said Opal while she took the splinter out.

“Thanks Opal!” said the fawn’s mother.

“Yes! Thanks Opal!” said the fawn while hopping around happily.

“I bet you can’t help me!” said a mysterious animal that was a porcupine.

“I don’t see what’s wrong with you,” said Opal curiously.

“That’s because I’m not sick in any way,” said the porcupine.

“How can I help you then Mr. Porcupine?” asked Opal eagerly.

“I’m not sure. All I know is that I’m sad that no other animal seems to love or like me,” said the lonely porcupine.

“I know how I can help you! You just need someone to love you! I know a female porcupine I can introduce you to. She’s really nice and she also feels the same way you do,” said Opal merrily.

         Opal introduced the female porcupine to Mr. Porcupine and he was finally loved. They both lived happily ever after. All of the animals loved Opal because she solved any problem they had.



~ The End ~

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