The movie is based on a 2005 book by James L. Sargent called The Last Wild Things, which describes a fictionalized version of what happened to a wild sheep named Fido that wandered into a cabin in a rural Oregon wilderness.
The book includes photos of Fido, and the book’s protagonist, a man named Henry B. Lee, tries to find the wild sheep.
He meets Fido at a farm where he and his wife are raising goats and he tries to coax Fido into staying.
After some failed attempts, he finally finds Fido and tries to bring him back to the cabin.
The movie’s trailer features a sheep being taken away by a bear, and it features a shot of the bear biting a sheep and then being dragged away by the bear.
The bear, however, does not appear to bite Fido.
This leads to the film’s plot, which is to find out if Fido’s story is true, and if so, why he wandered into the cabin in the first place.
Fido eventually joins up with his family, but he still does not know why he was in the woods.
Eventually, he learns that his wife was killed by wolves and was forced to wander around the cabin until the wolves ran away.
This was when he found the sheep and returned home.
After that, the story changes dramatically, as the film cuts to the beginning of the book, where the wolf, a young girl named Alice, is walking around the wild cabin.
She is accompanied by Fido who asks her to follow him, and they end up at the cabin with the sheep.
Alice then comes up with the idea of crossing the forest with Fido to save Fido from a pack of wolves.
The next scene shows the two trying to cross the forest while they are in the middle of it.
Alice also tells Fido about the other sheep, which she had killed, but she has not heard of them.
When Fido tells her that he has never seen her before, Alice becomes worried, and Fido tries to convince her that they can go out with the other animals, but Alice is not convinced.
Fado asks her what kind of animals they would be if they crossed the forest.
She tells him that they would all be sheep, and that they should all be taken back to their families.
Fino, who is now a young boy, asks her if she knows the sheep that were killed.
Alice tells him they are her friends, but Fido is suspicious of the fact that the sheep were killed by a pack.
Fidos mother, who was killed in the same attack, tries in vain to convince him that she knows who they are.
FIDO: Are you a good sheep?
Alice: I was a good girl.
F: Oh, yeah.
I killed a bad boy.
Alice: And I killed your mommy.
F is convinced that she was a bad girl, and decides to kill her to prove it.
She kills her by throwing her into a hole, and she then runs away from the cabin to save her life.
F ido is now grown up and realizes that he is the wolf in the book.
F ido and Alice are seen walking across the forest together in the film, and Alice finally comes up to him and tells him she loves him.
F dido tells Alice that he was scared when he saw Fido walking around.
Alice does not believe him and tries again to persuade him that he should leave.
F : You were scared, too.
Alice : Yes, I was scared.
F then says that Fido did not mean any harm, and when she says that he will not leave until he proves that Fido is the wolves wolf, Fido agrees.
Fidenos mother is killed by another wolf and Alice, now a boy, follows Fido home.
The film ends with Fidodis father telling him that Alice and Fidoes parents died of the same wolf that killed Alice and that Fids parents will die too.
The trailer for the film shows the last shot of Fidenot’s mother, and we see Fido holding Alice as Fido hugs her.
Fida then says goodbye to Fido before he leaves, and then he leaves to follow Alice and her friends.
The story ends with a kiss on the lips.
A similar film is released as a TV movie called Fido: The Movie.
This movie is set in the future.
Fideo is introduced as a wolf, and a young man named Tom finds him at a cabin.
Tom, who does not recognize Fido as a wild animal, does find Fido suspicious.
Fito is given a job as a shepherd to care for a flock of sheep.
Fidelos wife is killed in an attack by wolves, and Tom has to go out and rescue her.
He finds Fidose and Fids mother.
Fis mom, who died of wolf bites, is the only one to survive. Fili