Mable’s Fables

Mable’s Fables Introduction

Moozie’s sister, Mable T. Bovine and friend Mr. Vic, have adapted some stories from Aesop’s Fables to feature additional commentary and lessons of kindness to others, animals, Earth and yourself by Moozie the Cow as the ambassador of kindness.

Aesop was a Greek fabulist and storyteller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as Aesop’s Fables. He lived from 620 to 564 BC. Thus most were originally told more than 2,587 years ago, though some have been added since by other people conforming to the same style.

A fable is a short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral. Sometimes the lessons we remember the best are those we learn from stories.

A moral is concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior and the goodness or badness of human character. A moral is also a person’s standards of behavior or beliefs concerning what is and is not acceptable for them to do.

A single PDF file containing all of the fables listed below is available for download here.

You are invited to contribute content

If you have a response that you would like to suggest as an interpretation of the moral or lesson for any of the fables, please email info@moozie.com to with your message so it can be added as an alternative message from Moozie. Please include the title of the fable, your initials, your age, and your city, state/province (if any), and country. Like “Choose your own adventure” stories, these fables can become “Choose the lesson that you think is best or most appropriate.”

Also, if you want to provide a similar fable that is not yet included in the list, please submit that to the same email address with the same information previously requested.

Table of Mable’s Fables

 

A Raven and a Swan
Belling the Cat
Hercules and the Wagoner
Jupiter and the Monkey
Mercury and the Woodman
The Ants and the Grasshopper
The Astrologer
The Bat and the Weasels
The Bear and the Bees
The Birds, the Beasts, and the Bat
The Boy and the Filberts
The Boys and the Frogs
The Bull and the Goat
The Bundle of Sticks
The Cat and the Birds
The Cat, the Rooster, and the Young Mouse
The Crow and the Pitcher
The Dog and his Master’s Dinner
The Dog and the Oyster
The Dog in the Manger
The Dog, the Rooster, and the Fox
The Dogs and the Fox
The Dogs and the Hides
The Donkey and His Driver
The Donkey and the Grasshoppers
The Donkey and the Lap Dog
The Donkey and the Load of Salt
The Donkey Carrying the Image
The Donkey, the Fox, and the Lion
The Eagle and the Beetle
The Eagle and the Jackdaw
The Farmer and His Sons
The Farmer and the Cranes
The Farmer and the Snake
The Farmer and the Stork
The Fighting Bulls and the Frog
The Fox and the Crab
The Fox and the Goat
The Fox and the Grapes
The Fox and the Hedgehog
The Fox and the Leopard
The Fox and the Lion
The Fox and the Stork
The Frog and the Mouse
The Frogs and the Ox
The Frogs Who Wished for a King
The Gnat and the Bull
The Goatherd and the Goat
The Goatherd and the Wild Goats
The Goose and the Golden Egg
The Hares and the Frogs
The Heron
The Kid and the Wolf
The Leap at Rhodes

The Lion and the Donkey
The Lion and the Donkey (#2)
The Lion and the Gnat
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox
The Man and the Lion
The Mice and the Weasels
The Milkmaid and Her Pail
The Miser
The Monkey and the Camel
The Monkey and the Cat
The Monkey and the Dolphin
The Mouse and the Weasel
The Mule
The Oak and the Reeds
The Old Lion and the Fox
The Owl and the Grasshopper
The Oxen and the Wheels
The Peacock
The Peacock and the Crane
The Plain Tree
The Rabbit, the Weasel and the Cat
The Rat and the Elephant
The Rooster and the Fox
The Rooster and the Jewel
The Serpent and the Eagle
The Sheep and the Pig
The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf
The Sick Stag
The Spendthrift and the Swallow
The Stag and His Reflection
The Tortoise and the Ducks
The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
The Travelers and the Purse
The Travelers and the Sea
The Two Goats
The Two Pots
The Vain Jackdaw and his Borrowed Feathers
The Wild Boar and the Fox
The Wolf and His Shadow
The Wolf and the Crane
The Wolf and the Donkey
The Wolf and the Goat
The Wolf and the House Dog
The Wolf and the Kid
The Wolf and the Lamb
The Wolf and the Lean Dog
The Wolf and the Lion
The Wolf and the Sheep
The Wolf and the Shepherd
The Wolf and the Shepherd #2
The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
The Young Crab and His Mother
Three Bullocks and a Lion