The sun had just started to rise on the immaculate summer day. Deep in the woods, the sun's bright rays broke in between the leaves and rest upon the welcoming ground. From a hole in the soil, just underneath a large oak tree, popped out a long, fox snout. The snout sniffed the air before whipping back inside. Shortly after, out walked the mother fox, along with three of her cubs. The sleepy cubs yawned and whimpered as they were brought out into the sunlight, the bright day harsh on their newly awakened eyes. One cub let out a second long yawn.
"Do we have to wake up mummy?" Yawned the cub, who was in a fairly grumpy mood after being rudely awakened. "I was having the very best of dreams
"Well Jason, if you had gone to bed when I told you to and didn't stay up wrestling your brother, you wouldn't be so tired would you?" The vixen snapped sternly. The cub nodded and yawned again.
"But wrestling is good for us; I want to grow up big and strong, just like daddy was." Jason barked