The veterinarian advised the farmer, “Your horse has a virus. He must take this medicine for three days. I’ll leave the dosage with you.”
The farmer, Mr. Thompson, diligently followed the vet’s instructions, carefully administering the medicine to his ailing horse each day. However, the horse’s recovery seemed elusive, and Mr. Thompson grew increasingly worried.
Unbeknownst to the farmer, his mischievous goat, Charlie, had been observing this routine with keen interest. Charlie, curious and always seeking something new to nibble on, happened to sneak into the stable during one of the treatments. Fascinated by the bottle of medicine, he playfully knocked it over and accidentally consumed the entire content.
When Mr. Thompson returned to the stable to administer the third dose, he was perplexed to find the bottle empty. Puzzled, he glanced at the goat, who looked back innocently, unaware of the chaos it had caused.