Boundin' has remained my favourite short story ever since I first saw it on a DVD of 'The Incredibles'. The story is absolutely 'feel good' with a lovely message. Its about a happy sheep that dances around in its neighbourhood, displaying its pretty coat of wool, much to the envy and adoration of its neighbours. One day, the sheep is taken away and all of its wool is sheared off and it is dumped back. This really upsets the sheep, as it feels that it now looks ridiculous without its woolen coat. Along comes a jackalope, which tells that sheep that there is nothing to mope about and there is a lot more that it can do, all it needs is to get up and start bounding. The sheep gets back its lost spirit, starts soaring high and is happy again. Every once in a year, the sheep is taken away, and all its wool is sheared off, but it doesn't care anymore. it just bounds and bounds and rebounds... :) The story ends on a very touching note saying that, 'now in this world there are ups and downs... its so nice to know there are jackalopes around'