Miracles of the Forest--Ch 1. 'The Rescue'

Author : MW Roach

Date sent : January 09, 2013

Rating : PG (Parental guidance suggested)

Category : Epic

Description : Bambi risks his life to save an unusual creature.

Length : Short -

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Miracles of the Forest--Ch 1. 'The Rescue'
By MW Roach

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January 15, 2013
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Thank you so much everyone! I've been wanting to write this story for quite a while now. I couldn't resist anymore. I'm really happy you all like it so far! I decided to make this story a 'picture book', so there are a few rendered scenes that I recently added to make the story seem more 'alive'. I plan on doing this with each chapter.

Again, thank you for the support and I hope you'll all like the next chapter :)

I'm also happy that Feather and Saske noticed the glimpse of cruelty in the hunter, who is a trophy-hunter. I DESPISE trophy hunting. :mad: :mad:

January 11, 2013
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Well, you do have to remember not all hunters are bad people - I like the way this guy is portrayed because a. He's a sport hunter and they have no soul and b. shooting the dog was a pretty realistic mindset, even if he is unremorseful. Heck, Most rabbit breeders are somewhat in that mindset, not out of cruelty, but because we HAVE to be: if a rabbit has a cold, it has a weak immune system, and passes that on to babies. I currently have a doe like that, and she's got such a nice head shape, I don't wanna get rid of her. Most breeders would have killed hr by now. In a more extreme case is malocclusion - a genetic and VERY fatal teeth defect. It's recessive, so you aren't /really/ likely to see it too much, but if you sell a rabbit with bad teeth, you /will/ have trouble selling anymore. Malocclusion is something that means that rabbit should be dead under natural circumstances: I have one with malocclusion and he has it /because his head shape is so nice!/ We've clipped his teeth twice now, but I'm thinking that he needs to be put down for his own good. It isn't fixable. But that kind of action isn't cold-hearted, is it? I regret Tomato(the rabbit)'s condition, but is that not a more humane action for him? Killing of an animal can establish a very cruel character or a kind, strong one. Remorse is the key. Lack of remorse? That's what establishes this guy as a jerk face in thee most MAJOR degree. It doesn't help that he's a SPORT HUNTER!! >_< Now, I am fairly neutral and can go both ways for the most part, but I can't stand sport hunters. THEY should be hunted for their skin. But my grandpa and grandma make a living off of judging rabbits and a field of corn - when he hunts, it's a bit different. Food is nessessary. Trophies aren't.

Anyway, fantastic writing! Love this story.

January 11, 2013
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Well, this is going to get very good and I just can't wait already for the next chapters! I really liked your writing style and, as macabre as it can be, I appreciated how you portrayed the Man, killing his own dog, much because I am sick and tired of hunters and everything that shows their cruel nature pleases me (also something similar just happened in my city few days ago, so, yeah).
I think the render was very well done and it gave an extra point to this story!

January 10, 2013
Uk Female Is not currently on the site
This is really good! I feel so bad for RagaMuffin, cant wait for the nect chapter!

January 10, 2013
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Wow...I love your writing style! :) Well, most of us know the story of this chapter, but it was written so well! And the thing with the series of stories promises to be interesting. Can't wait to read more. :)

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