Once upon a time there was a young boy named Brett. Brett was a kind and gentle soul, always eager to help others, especially animals. One day, while Brett was out in the woods near his home, he stumbled across something he had never seen before—a large and beautiful intemerate. It was a majestic creature with shimmering scales and shiny horns and it stood at least four feet tall.

Brett was mesmerized by the intemerate and instinctively knew it was something special. He wanted to help the creature, so he gently scooped it up and brought it home. He built it a nice cozy den and provided it with plenty of food and water. Brett named his new friend “Sparkles” and soon, the two of them were inseparable.

Days and weeks passed, and Sparkles continually amazed Brett with its intelligence and loyalty. Brett began to think of Sparkles as a brother, and the two of them developed a strong bond.

One day, Brett’s father noticed what a great bond had developed between Brett and Sparkles and decided to take them on a camping trip. They packed up all the supplies and headed deep into the woods.

But on the way, they came across a group of hunters who were out searching for an intemerate. The hunters immediately spotted Sparkles and proclaimed that they had found their prize. Brett was devastated and pleaded with them to let him keep Sparkles. But the hunters insisted on taking the intemerate, regardless of Brett’s pleas.

Brett was heartbroken, but he had to let go. He gathered Sparkles up into his arms and gave it one last hug before handing it off to the hunters. As they drove away, Brett watched Sparkles until it was out of sight.

The moral of the story is that no matter how hard we may try to keep special things we find, sometimes we can’t. We can do our best to protect and care for them, but sometimes we have to let them go. It is important to cherish the memories we make with those we love and to accept that eventually, those we love will leave us.

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