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Come Here, Kitten-Cat

Words by Rohini Chowdhury
Pictures by Philomena Saldanha


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Kitten-Cat was looking very smart.

Kitten-Cat was looking very smart.

Mamma-Cat had washed him all over with her tongue that afternoon, so that his fur shone soft and clean. Then Little-Girl had picked him up and tied a neat new collar with a silver bell round his neck. The bell tinkled when he moved.

Kitten-Cat felt very grand. He decided to go for a walk all by himself down the pavement. He wanted everyone to see his neat new collar with the silver bell.

'Don't run off on your own, Kitten-Cat,' miaowed Mamma-Cat, running after him. 'Wait for me!'

But Kitten-Cat wouldn't listen. He was feeling much too grand.

Kitten-Cat ran along the pavement.
He ran past the newsagent's shop.
He ran past the baker's shop.

'Come here, Kitten-Cat!' miaowed Mamma-Cat, running after him. 'Don't run off on your own. There may be nasty, barking, dogs about!'

But Kitten-Cat wouldn't listen. He was feeling much too grand.

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