Who says the animals don’t have the mental faculties like men do? We, the humans, in fact don’t understand their language. Of all the animals, the elephant has best of a memory, and more or less, all the other animals possess a remarkable sense of it, and so is the bull. The story says that recently, at a village in Bhopal, a bull attacked an old man, threw him on the ground and gored him repeatedly. It was, in a way, a sort of revenge the bull had taken. A few months back, the concerned old man had hit the bull with sticks for the reason that it obstructed him by sitting in front of his thatched house in the village. The bull reacted violently but was chased away by the locals. The bull remained quiet for some time but was waiting for an opportunity to attack the old man. In the meantime, the old man threw hot water on the animal to drive him away. A day later, when the old man was taking tea in front of his house, the bull appeared there fiercely attacking him causing him serious injuries. The locals rushed the old man to hospital nearby, but the animal too followed him there, as if he was still chasing his victim. The victim succumbed to the injuries so inflicted upon him and was taken to cremation ground for the last rites. The bull, surprisingly, reached there too, although the place was far away from the hospital. The bull’s anger against the old man was visible to all through his red eyes and frightful snarlings.The bull had thus taken his revenge without at all forgetting that the old man had ill treated him times and again.