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"Found your mi/tens, you good little kittens,
then you shall have some pie."
And it was a pie! The mother cat was always famous for
her pies, but this particular pie! But there, it's all gone now so
there is no good talking about it
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"Three little cats
vwithut any fear."
and the Ride.
Oh, what have we here, well I declare!
Three little cats, a carriage and pair,
A carriage and pair, a whip and reins,
This is far better than all the trains.
Well I declare, oh, what have we here!
Three little cats without any fear
Holding on to an untamed steed,
Riding at a terrible speed.cl
If there was one thing these kittens liked better than any
other, except, of course, the famous pie, it was Jam Tarts. If
they were good they were first allowed to see the tarts cooked
and then allowed to eat them. If they were naughty they had
to watch the making of the tarts, and then watched somebody
else eat them. They were always good on tart days.
Nevermor e! h
Young Tom went bird's-nesting the
other day. But he is not going to do so any more. He has a
bald place on the top of his head where the Pa and Ma birds
pecked his fur off. Tommy says "Nevermore! Head's too sore!"
The Pillow Fight.
Not only was Tommy sore, so were the two others. Ma
Cat caught them fighting, and Ma Cat is wonderfully strong when
she likes to be. Jam Tarts were not even talked about for a
fortnight. So now when those kittens go upstairs to bed, they
undress and go to bed, and put the light out and go to sleep.
\ A Of course you do the same!
Come and buy my lovely milk,
Makes your coat as soft as silk,
Makes lean kittens round and fat;
Mine's the milk for every cat!
Mine's the best that you can buy,
Take a pint and have a try.
Once you've tried it you will say -
"You can call here every day."
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Heigh ho, what do ou think has just happened. The
new people have come next door, and their youngest child is a
Puppy. A Puppy, what do you think of that? I wonder what
will happen next.
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The next thing that happened was that the puppy called.
Dear me', it did give us a fright when it put its head round the
door. But it. turned out all right after all. Perhaps it's just a /e'Ile
too rough, but it's really wonderful how it gets into mischief. \e
cannot help liking that puppv,-s-o we are alaa~ s g-, %ig it presents
over the garden wall.
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What We want to Know.
What we want to know is what happened afterwards. We
want to know something more about these three little kittens that
we have read about.
Well here we find them skipping just like little boys and
girls, but after all there is nothing very wonderful in that, for
kittens that have mittens and suchlike things are surely able'to 7
skip. My cat at home can jump over the garden wall,-e'asily,
which is more than you can do, but I must say I have never seen
her pick up her skirt and skip over a rope as this little cat is
doing. Perhaps it is that she
has no skirt.'
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