Suddenly, there in front of me a massive cave appears. Where do I go now? Up or down, left or right? I just want to get around. I don’t know? What? It’s gone! So I didn't need to yell at myself! Seriously! ZOOM… What was that? Why is it so black here? What is that sound? Now I’m really scared, I can’t move.
It’s time I get out of here. I swim as fast as a dolphin. Whoosh I get thrown up and down. I land on my back with a thud. I feel the rope on my fin. I flip over and swim as fast as I can. BANG! I think I’m in a trap. What do I do now?
I’m now more scared and worried than before. The net begins to tighten around me. I try to wiggle free but it makes it worse. The net is dragging me to the surface. I use all my might in one last go to swim down and break the bottom of the net to get to safety. But the force of the net is too strong for me. The net pulls me up out of the water as easy as a ball being kicked by Ronaldo. I get put in a huge tank. I try my hardest to break the glass but I can't. It’s shark proof.
Sunlight sparkles into my tank as the boat flies across the top of the water like a cheetah. The boat stops. Splash! I’m released back into the ocean. I think I'm free when BANG! I hit my nose on something hard. OH NO! Maybe I’m not free. The vet dives into the tank as fast as a torpedo. He looks at my sore eye and puts special drops in. I’m scared but he is gentle and the drops seem to help.
After a few weeks my eye is feeling better. The kind vet comes back with a bright, shiny, flashing torch. He points the light in my eye and says “That’s better isn’t it?” I can see everything now. I’m as happy as a kookaburra laughing. My tank suddenly lifts high into the air and is put back on the large, rusty boat one last time. We speed toward the sunset across the ocean. Hooray! I’m going home. Splash! I’m free to swim anywhere I want now.
I will always remember the kind vet who saved me.