‘Those who are the hardest to love,
need it the most’

“Help…” a voice squeeks. “Help…down here,” the voice says again. “I’m hanging down here.” Victor looks down in surprise, and sees sad spider dangling upside down from its spider thread.

“What happened to you?” Victor asks. Sita Spider sighs desperately. “I have eight legs,” she wiggles all her eight feet. “but they’re tangled up.”

Victor flies a few circles around Sita investigating and looking for a solution to get Sita untangled again. ‘Everyone is afraid of me,’ says Sita sad, ‘I hoped that if I hid four of my feet, nobody would be afraid of me.’

“They don’t look that scary, do they? Just a little hairy.” Victor continues, doing a little this and a little like that, and then suddenly all her feet are untangled. Hooray, it worked!

Sita jumps up to Victor and gives him such a tight hug, that at first Victor is scared for a moment, but when he realizes Sita doesn’t want to eat him, he gives her a big hug back.
And Sita? She now has a new friend for life!

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