"One day, the king of beasts, the lion, decided that he was too old to hunt and chase game in the woods. Therefore, he issued a decree in which he announced that from Monday each day, deer, roe deer, wild boar, etc ... until the end of the month would report to be eaten.
The decree was hung by a badger from the trees at the most important points in the forest, and there was panic among the animals. They ran confused, asking each other what to do. Eventually, they decided to intervene. The roe deer went to the lion first.
-I saw myself on the to-eat list - she began shyly, and the lion looked at the list.
-Yes - he replied. On Monday, and what is it?
-Well, but ... how is it so ... to eat? - she stammered, scared.