How to look after a musical unicorn by Lily

How to look after a musical unicorn

Have you ever wanted to keep a pet unicorn? Well then, this is your chance. You could purchase a unicorn from the local egg shop where they sell mythical creatures. Uni biologists find mythical eggs in the wild mostly in England and bring them to this shop to incubate them until they hatch.

However, a pet unicorn especially a musical one can be very loud and could wake you up in the night. Sometimes they even play musical instruments and you don’t know where they’ve come from.

What you need: a unicorn whistle, a lead, plenty of sugary food, a guitar and piano last but not least, a big garden for your unicorn to stay in .

What do you do if your unicorn runs away?

  • Blow your whistle and the musical unicorn should come back to you straight away
  • If not then play a song on your Instrument and that should bring the unicorn back.

Where should you go if your unicorn is ill?

  • Firstly, you should give the unicorn 3 days to try and recover
  • If that does not work then call the place where you got the unicorn from or just phone the vets.

If your lead does not hold your musical unicorn then tie Rainbow musical instruments together with three strands of rope. Strangely, these types of creatures can be deadly so watch out and wear safety gear.

Be warned they often get hungry so feed them lost of sweets and sugar. A final warning they have to be kept away from dragons otherwise they will fight and disappear forever!

So, are you brave enough to own one of these creatures? If so then get online and buy one for only £100 and it will cost you another £100 to feed it.

2 Responses to “How to look after a musical unicorn by Lily”

  1. Amazing! I really love that you have made it a musical unicorn. Brilliant idea! Why did you choose a musical unicorn? Hmmm! How I wonder! Anyway, to improve and to make it even better why don’t you add some more description to how the unicorn looks! Great job!

  2. Wow how did you do that is so cool.

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