Clover thought she remembered a commandment saying that no animal shall kill an other animal. She could not read so she asked Muriel to. They did not remember the sixth commandment saying "WITHOUT CAUSE."
I do not remember it saying that.
Seven Commandments 6. No animal shall kill any other animal WITHOUT CAUSE
It must have slipped our minds.
Years later... The animals have been working harder than ever. They credited Napoleon for their sucess. Napleon was not often seen in public and all of his orders were conveyed through Squealer. Minimus composed a poem, summing up all of the animals' feelings about Napoleon.
Friend of fatherless! Fountain of happiness! Lord of the swill-bucket! Oh, how my soul is on Fire when I gaze at thy Calm and commanding eye Like the sun in the sky Comrade Napoleon!
The animals have finished the windmill! They are so joyful, they forget how tired they are and run around the windmill. Napoleon comes out of the farmhouse and congratulates the animals. He then names the windmill after himself.
Congradulations for completing the windmill! It shall be called Napoleon Mill!
Napoleon sold the timber to Frederick but was given forged money. He gave Frederick the death sentence and warned the animals that Frederick and his men were going to attack them soon. He sent pigeons to Pilkington asking for help.
We'll boil him alive! And a warning! Frederick may attack us at any moment!
The next morning, Frederick and his men attacked the farm. They blew up the finished windmill, angering the animals. They won but many were dead or hurt.
Afer the battle, the pigs found whiskey and got drunk. Once Napoleon's hangover wore off, they realized they really like it. The animals caught Snowball changing the fifth commandment, adding TO EXCESS. They did not understand what was going on.
Seven Commandments 5. No animal shall drink alcohol TO EXCESS