The was a butterfly in the wild west. It was a beautiful butterfly, but it didn’t know how to survive in the wild west. The butterfly fluttered around, looking for something to eat. It eventually found a flower and started to drink the nectar. However, a gust of wind came and blew the butterfly away. The butterfly ended up in a cactus. The cactus was full of thorns and the butterfly’s wings were stuck.
The butterfly struggled to get free, but it was no use. The sun was setting and the butterfly knew it would die if it didn’t get free soon.
Luckily, a passing cowboy saw the butterfly and freed it from the cactus. The butterfly was so grateful. It thanked the cowboy and then flew away. The cowboy watched the butterfly until it was out of sight.
The butterfly flew for hours, trying to find a safe place to rest. It was getting dark and the butterfly was getting tired. Suddenly, a snake appeared and started to attack the butterfly. The butterfly fought back, but it was no match for the snake. The snake wrapped itself around the butterfly and started to crush it. The butterfly’s wings were torn and its body was covered in bruises. It knew it was going to die.
Suddenly, the snake was shot and it fell to the ground, dead. The butterfly was free. It looked up and saw the cowboy from before. The cowboy had saved the butterfly’s life again. The butterfly was so grateful. It flew over to the cowboy and landed on his hat. The cowboy smiled and tipped his hat to the butterfly. Then, he rode off into the sunset.
The moral of the story is that kindness always pays off. The cowboy was kind to the butterfly twice and the butterfly was very grateful.