Kuto was always a fearful child. When he was younger, his parents would often take him to Spain to visit family. Kuto would always be afraid of the animals there. He would imagine that they were going to attack him. His parents would reassure him that they were harmless, but Kuto couldn’t help but feel scared.
One day, while Kuto was visiting Spain, he went for a walk with his cousin. They came across a group of bulls in a field. Kuto’s cousin dared him to go up and touch one of the bulls. Kuto didn’t want to do it, but he didn’t want to seem like a chicken either. So he reluctantly agreed.
As soon as Kuto got close to the bull, it charged at him! He screamed and ran away as fast as he could. His cousin laughed at him and called him a coward. Kuto was humiliated and embarrassed. He vowed that he would never show fear again . . . no matter what!
From then on, Kuto tried to act brave all the time – even when he wasn’t feeling it inside himself