Tim and Coco were best friends. They did everything together. They went for walks in the park, played fetch in the yard, and even slept in the same bed.
One day, Tim and Coco were playing in the woods when they came across a cave. Tim was curious, so he decided to go inside. Coco followed close behind.
The cave was dark and scary. Tim could hear strange noises coming from all around him. He was about to turn back when he saw something in the distance. It was a light!
Tim and Coco ran towards the light. As they got closer, they saw that it was coming from a small opening in the wall. Tim squeezed through the opening and found himself in a large room.
The room was filled with gold and jewels. Tim had never seen so much treasure in his life. He started to pick up the gold and jewels, but then he heard a noise.
Tim turned around and saw a dragon! The dragon was big and scary. It had red scales and sharp teeth.
Tim was scared, but he knew he had to do something. He picked up a rock and threw it at the dragon. The rock hit the dragon in the head, and the dragon roared in pain.
The dragon lunged at Tim, but Tim was too quick. He dodged out of the way and ran out of the cave. Coco followed close behind.
Tim and Coco ran through the woods until they came to the edge of the forest. They were safe!
Tim and Coco went home and told their parents about their adventure. Their parents were so proud of them. They knew that Tim and Coco were brave and resourceful.
Tim and Coco never forgot their adventure in the cave. They often talked about it, and they always remembered the feeling of being brave and facing their fears.
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