A farmer lived in a small village, who had a beautiful garden and orchard. He worked hard every day to look after his crops and animals. One day, when he went out to the field, he saw some monkey kids destroying his crops. They were running around and playing in his garden; their mischief caused significant damage to the plants.
The farmer was very upset, so he decided to chase them away with sticks and stones. The monkey kids ran away from him, but one of them was left behind as she was disabled. The farmer felt sorry for her and decided to take care of her.
He brought her home and gave her food and water; soon the monkey kid started living with him like family. Over time, they became friends, and the farmer taught the monkey how to pick fruits from trees.
One day when they went out together to their garden, they saw a giant bird swooping in for one of the monkey kids still causing trouble in the garden. The farmer bravely fought off the bird while looking after both his crops and all of the other monkey kids who began seeing him as their new friend.
From that day on, all of the rogue monkey kids stopped coming to destroy his crops and started behaving well in fear of losing their friend or worse being caught by him when they do bad deeds again.
The farmer had shown them compassion despite their prior mistakes, now they returned it with obedience as he never gave up on them despite how much damage they caused him before. Finally, both man and animal lived together in peace forevermore regardless of difference through empathy founded by tough love based on understanding each other as intelligent beings worthy of care beyond initial impressions or interactions.