King John of England gave Llywelyn the Great Gelert as a present.
Llywelyn the Great Finds his son missing after going hunting, the baby is not in his crib.
Llywelyn the Great call's for the child but no answer. He then feels great sorrow.
Llywelyn the Great see's Gelert with blood dripping from his face and on the floor. He feels anger.
He pushes his sword all the way through Gelert, Gelert yelps in pain waking the baby up from its sleep. Llywelyn the Great notices the baby is under the crib and in perfect condition, he also notices the wolf laying dead on the floor Gelert saved his childs life. Llywelyn the Great put a statue above Gelerts grave to remember him by.