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Missing Milk

Preschool drama series. The residents' milk is going missing and all clues point towards Bella, Sam and a furry little stray cat that they have found.


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# No matter if you're young or old

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# With good friends you'll never be alone

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# Shining light on our joyful world

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# Ain't nothing going to beat that place

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# We call home

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# First days, new days

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# All the very best days

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# New things to discover

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# New people to meet

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# Fun days always

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# Playing with your friend days

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# Life is for the living down at Apple Tree House. #

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Great drawing, Mali.

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Thanks. I just need to colour in the wings, then I'm finished.

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Guys, Mr Conker said he had a pet parrot that looked

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just like my picture.

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Do you think Mr Conker is a pirate?

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A pirate teacher?

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Aargh!

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Anyone can have a pet parrot.

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-I would love to have a whale as a pet.

-What?

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We could go swimming together.

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I'm really good at swimming underwater.

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Where would a whale fit in Apple Tree House?

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My dad's shed?

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That wouldn't work. It's not big enough.

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Whales belong in the ocean.

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That's their home.

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But what if you could mix your two favourite animals

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and have them as a pet. What would they be?

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I would have whalion.

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What's that?

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A whale and a lion together.

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It would be so massive, it could carry my school bag

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and instead of my alarm clock, it could go roar

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and wake me up.

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What would you have?

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I would have a uniphin.

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Just imagine a unicorn and a dolphin.

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The unicorn could fire rainbows from its horn...

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..and the dolphin would just shut the gate with its tail.

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That would be super-duper cool.

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-What about you, Bella?

-A cat.

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-Like a leopard?

-A cheetah?

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Or a panther? My dad said they're all in the big cat family.

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No, just a normal black cat who can sleep on my legs

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and play with a ball of string.

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Oh, and it would have black and white fur and a cute nose.

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Right, class, if you can start packing your things away.

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We'll see everybody tomorrow.

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That's an interesting whale, Sam.

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-Thanks.

-It's really good, Bella.

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You're a talented bunch, aren't you?

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Oh, hello, Ian. I thought I was picking the kids up today.

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I know, sorry, I forgot to text you.

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I'm taking Bella back to the garage whilst Katie's working late.

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-Come on.

-Oh, no worries.

-Yay. See you tomorrow.

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Bye.

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But I thought we said we were going to do more

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animal paintings together.

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Well, we can do more animal paintings with Bella tomorrow.

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OK.

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Are you all right, Sam?

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Yeah, but it seems pretty strange.

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Bella doesn't like going into her dad's garage.

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She's always saying how yucky the smell is.

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Yeah, had dad's overalls smell.

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Well, maybe she's changed her mind. Who knows?

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Mali's doing it all the time, aren't you, mister?

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-Did you have a good day at school, kids?

-Whalion or uniphin?

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-Pardon?

-Which one do you choose?

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A whale lion or a uniphin.

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It seems we're choosing our favourite pets and it would appear

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there are some interesting combinations of animals

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to choose from.

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I'll let Sam explain and you can tell us what your dad thinks when we

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-see you tomorrow.

-Sure. Bye.

-Bye.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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When are Sam and Bella coming over?

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I haven't heard from them.

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They might have other plans.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Is that them?

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Hi, I've got a really cheeky favour to ask.

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I'm up to here in work and I just need some milk for my coffee.

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I thought I had some, but clearly not.

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-I wondered if I could pinch some?

-As long as you don't pinch me.

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-I'm sure I can sort something out.

-Thank you.

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Katie, do you know where Sam and Bella have gone today?

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Yes, they've both gone to the garage with Ian.

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Ah, perfect, thank you so much.

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-Don't worry about it.

-I'll let myself out. Bye.

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What's with the sad face?

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Sam and Bella have gone to Ian's garage and left me out.

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Oh, darling, there'll be a good reason, I can assure you.

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Now, shall we go to the shops together?

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You never know, we might find out what Sam and Bella are up to.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Hey, to what do I owe the pleasure?

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We thought we'd pop over and see what the girls are up to.

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Oh, they're just in my office, over there.

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-I would offer you a coffee but I've run out of milk.

-You as well?

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Bella, Sam.

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-What's going on here?

-We're playing.

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-With a cat?

-Yes.

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Where did you get it from?

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Well, the other night after school...

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..I was in your office playing at telephones

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and I heard a noise and I turned around but I couldn't see anything.

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So, I carried on to finish my call but then I heard

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the same noise again.

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Which sounded a lot like a cat meowing.

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Then suddenly, a tiny cute little furball started rubbing up against

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my leg and purring.

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It was so cute.

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It must have come from that hole near the back of the fridge.

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-I've been meaning to fix that.

-Looks like a job for Kobi.

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Well, at least you've been looking after the cat.

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Well done, girls.

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Whilst looking after the cat is all good,

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I think we should leave the feeding to the cat's owner.

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Your dad's right. Milk's not so great for cats.

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I know you meant well, but we need to find the owners.

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But, Dad, the cat doesn't have an owner.

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It's a wild cat, right?

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It's definitely the smallest lion I've seen.

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No, I meant wild.

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Wild by it does what it wants.

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He comes and goes but he's always here at this time

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and leaves when I go home.

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Look, there's no collar or ID tag.

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So we need to find the owners, right?

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-And that's what the cat would want, isn't it?

-Yeah.

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-Hmm, but...

-It's the right thing to do, sweetie.

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-You've done a great job looking after...

-Patch. His name is Patch.

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Well, Patch's owners will be worried about him.

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But he doesn't want to leave.

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That's because you've been feeding it, sweetie.

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Look, it's getting late now, so why don't we look after the cat

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for now and work out how to find the owner. Right?

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-Yeah.

-Hey, team, let's get...

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-BOTH:

-Solving.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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I love Patch.

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He's the best cat ever.

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Do you think he's lost?

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Can a cat even get lost?

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I don't know.

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But I did read that when a cat moves into a different area,

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they can get lost as they struggle to adjust to their new environment.

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Like when I saw you and Mali trying to find the park?

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Maybe that's what happened to Patch.

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But how do we find its owner?

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Maybe we can send an e-mail to everyone in the world?

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That's not a bad idea.

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-I think it'll be someone local.

-I could ask my customers.

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We can make posters.

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We can make a picture and say, "Missing cat."

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I've seen one of those before.

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-Maybe it would be better if we get a proper picture, a photograph.

-Yeah.

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Sure.

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Because we need to get a very good picture.

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No, no, no.

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# Oh, we haven't got much time to get our work done

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# Let's work, let's work

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# So let's not hang around let's make it fun

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# Let's work, let's work

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# Take it slow, though, cos you should know

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# That if a job's worth doing it's worth doing right

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# Take some pictures, photographs

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# Let's make some posters full of cats

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# Even though we know they're smitten

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# Help that owner find that kitten

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# Come on, come on

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# Work, work, work, work, work

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# Let's work, let's work

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# Work, work, work, work, work

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# Let's work, let's work. #

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Ian, someone's at the door. Can you get it, please?

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-Hello, Ian.

-Ted, hi. Come in.

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-Bella, sweetie.

-Mr Pringles.

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That's Mr Pringles, Dad.

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This is Ted and Andrew.

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-They're the owners of your little cat friend.

-Oh.

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Thank you so much for looking after him so well.

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We can't thank you enough, can we?

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We were really worried when he went missing. He's Ted's first pet.

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It's OK. He's really cute. You're so lucky to have him.

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How did he get in the garage?

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We think our cheeky little friend here jumped into the back of

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Andrew's car when he brought it into the garage last week.

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Mr Pringles must have hopped out whilst I was fixing it.

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-We loved your amazing poster.

-Yeah, and we knew exactly where to come.

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-Thanks.

-Are you OK, Bella?

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I'm really happy he's back with his family.

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Well, Ian, you know we live just, what? Ten minutes away.

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Give me a shout and Bella, you and your dad can visit Mr Pringles

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-whenever you want, OK?

-Wow, really?

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Yeah, that would be great.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Hey, Bella. We just wanted to have a chat.

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I heard you were very brave today.

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-I know that couldn't have been easy.

-Thanks.

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So, you really want a cat?

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You know, a cat's a lot of responsibility and me and your dad,

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we're not going to be looking after it.

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You saw how good I was with Patch.

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I'd be even better with my own cat.

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-I'd read books and everything to her and stuff.

-She was very good.

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And you'll help with all the yucky stuff,

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-like cleaning out the litter tray?

-Yep, I will, with a smile.

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Well, I think we're all agreed.

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-On what?

-That we should get a cat.

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-Really?

-BOTH:

-Really.

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I can't wait to tell Mali and Sam.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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I'm so happy for Bella.

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It's so exciting that they're going to choose a new cat.

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What colour do you think she'll choose?

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Purple.

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They don't do purple cats.

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LAUGHTER

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Do you think if I show Grandma I can look after a uniphin,

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-she'll let me have one?

-Are you sure she'd want a uniphin?

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Yeah, one gazillion percent.

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No, she wouldn't.

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-You're a good friend, Mali.

-And you're a great friend, Sam.

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When the residents of Apple Tree House find themselves surprisingly low on milk, they start to wonder where it's all going. After a bit of investigating, all clues point towards Bella, Sam and a furry little stray cat that they've found.