1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
2. Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings is a friend.
3. No animals shall wear clothes.
4. No animals shall sleep in a bed.
5. No animals shall drink alcohol.
6. No animal shall kill any other animal.
7. All animals are equal.
All the animals agreed to these seven commandments. They also started to learn the commandments by heart. Throughout the story they kept changing the commandments. In the story, the sheep’s were bleating out the commandments. When the animals got to the case they shorten it to “four legs good, two legs bad”. The pigs kept breaking the rules and the other animals were too scared to confront them about it. The pigs were allowed to do anything they wanted. Napoleon had dogs, when he called the dogs, the dogs killed another animal. The animals kept reviewing the seven commandments. Muriel read one commandment for no animal shall kill another animal. Soon as he read it, he said “without cause”. This happen because Napoleon sent dogs after one of the animals, and the dogs killed them. The commandment that the pigs broke was sleeping in a bed. Also, Muriel had his two words “with sheets”. No animal shall keep in a bed with sheets. They pigs such as Napoleon were allowed to break the rules, and keep doing it, because the other animals are scared. The pigs hated man-kind and they invented the commandments. But at the end they were walking on their kind legs.