One morning, the farmer told his wife that he were to get . rid of their dog because he had grown old and toothless.
We can't get rid of the dog. He has protected us all these years.
Meanwhile, Old Sultan was hearing this all...
I have a plan...I will pretend to steal their child tomorrow when they are making hay. You must run after and save the day.
I don't want to be killed. Please help me!!
Although this was a set up to trick the farmer and his wife, it went all according to plan. Old Sultan ended up saving the day.
He shall have anything he wants until he leaves us.
I will never hurt you and will get you anything you need
This plan worked to his favor. The farmers were now thinking that he was capable of protecting his family.
But, with every favor, there was one that was needed in return. The wolf wanted to steal one of the farmers fattest sheep.
With his newfound loyalty, Old Sultan protects the sheep and does not let him take him away.
Because he has now proved his loyalty to his owner (although fake), Old Sultan does not help the wolf out in return.
This causes the wolf to want revenge. Teaming up with a wild hog to do so, Old Sultan brings along the crippled cat. The hog and wolf fearing the cat, run away Making the hog point to the wolf as the guilty one.