In Which Kanga Finds Herself in a Tight Spot
Today was another splendid day in the Hundred Acre Wood. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, the river that flowed beneath the Poohsticks Bridge was splashing and babbling merrily. Yes, today was the sort of day where everyone could find a reason to be happy.
Well, except, perhaps, Rabbit.
Yes, unfortunately, Rabbit had come down with a bad cold ever since the night he had stood out in the rain to protect his garden from being over-watered or struck by lightning. For days, Rabbit sneezed, and coughed, and then sneezed some more, and then coughed some more. It seemed like it would have been quite a long time before Rabbit was back to his old self again. But that was before Kanga came along.
Kanga and her son Roo lived in another part of the Hundred Acre Wood, in the northeast part near the Sandy Pit. Kanga was a very kind and motherly animal, and when she heard that Rabbit was feeling sick, she decided to tak