Penny said ‘you are smarter than boys of your age’. Why did he say so?
Penny was bitten by a snake and his life was in danger. His son killed a doe and used his heart and liver to save his father’s life. Secondly, he went into the forest in search of fawn because he knew he would have to take care. He sent with the Mill but did not want to inspect his weakness. He dared to raise the fawn to protect it from bushes and vultures. When he found it difficult to feed the fawn through the pumpkin; he used his finger and fed it. Therefore Penny rightly told his son that he was more intelligent, smart and responsible than the other children.