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# No matter if you're young or old
# With good friends you'll never be alone
# Shining light on our joyful world
# Ain't nothing going to beat that place
# We call home
# First days, new days
# All the very best days
# New things to discover
# New people to meet
# Fun days always
# Playing with your friend days
# Life is for the living down at Apple Tree House. #
Great drawing, Mali.
Thanks. I just need to colour in the wings, then I'm finished.
Guys, Mr Conker said he had a pet parrot that looked
just like my picture.
Do you think Mr Conker is a pirate?
A pirate teacher?
Anyone can have a pet parrot.
-I would love to have a whale as a pet.
We could go swimming together.
I'm really good at swimming underwater.
Where would a whale fit in Apple Tree House?
My dad's shed?
That wouldn't work. It's not big enough.
Whales belong in the ocean.
That's their home.
But what if you could mix your two favourite animals
and have them as a pet. What would they be?
I would have whalion.
A whale and a lion together.
It would be so massive, it could carry my school bag
and instead of my alarm clock, it could go roar
and wake me up.
What would you have?
I would have a uniphin.
Just imagine a unicorn and a dolphin.
The unicorn could fire rainbows from its horn...
..and the dolphin would just shut the gate with its tail.
That would be super-duper cool.
-What about you, Bella?
-Like a leopard?
Or a panther? My dad said they're all in the big cat family.
No, just a normal black cat who can sleep on my legs
and play with a ball of string.
Oh, and it would have black and white fur and a cute nose.
Right, class, if you can start packing your things away.
We'll see everybody tomorrow.
That's an interesting whale, Sam.
-It's really good, Bella.
You're a talented bunch, aren't you?
Oh, hello, Ian. I thought I was picking the kids up today.
I know, sorry, I forgot to text you.
I'm taking Bella back to the garage whilst Katie's working late.
-Oh, no worries.
-Yay. See you tomorrow.
But I thought we said we were going to do more
animal paintings together.
Well, we can do more animal paintings with Bella tomorrow.
Are you all right, Sam?
Yeah, but it seems pretty strange.
Bella doesn't like going into her dad's garage.
She's always saying how yucky the smell is.
Yeah, had dad's overalls smell.
Well, maybe she's changed her mind. Who knows?
Mali's doing it all the time, aren't you, mister?
-Did you have a good day at school, kids?
-Whalion or uniphin?
-Which one do you choose?
A whale lion or a uniphin.
It seems we're choosing our favourite pets and it would appear
there are some interesting combinations of animals
to choose from.
I'll let Sam explain and you can tell us what your dad thinks when we
-see you tomorrow.
When are Sam and Bella coming over?
I haven't heard from them.
They might have other plans.
Is that them?
Hi, I've got a really cheeky favour to ask.
I'm up to here in work and I just need some milk for my coffee.
I thought I had some, but clearly not.
-I wondered if I could pinch some?
-As long as you don't pinch me.
-I'm sure I can sort something out.
Katie, do you know where Sam and Bella have gone today?
Yes, they've both gone to the garage with Ian.
Ah, perfect, thank you so much.
-Don't worry about it.
-I'll let myself out. Bye.
What's with the sad face?
Sam and Bella have gone to Ian's garage and left me out.
Oh, darling, there'll be a good reason, I can assure you.
Now, shall we go to the shops together?
You never know, we might find out what Sam and Bella are up to.
Hey, to what do I owe the pleasure?
We thought we'd pop over and see what the girls are up to.
Oh, they're just in my office, over there.
-I would offer you a coffee but I've run out of milk.
-You as well?
-What's going on here?
-With a cat?
Where did you get it from?
Well, the other night after school...
..I was in your office playing at telephones
and I heard a noise and I turned around but I couldn't see anything.
So, I carried on to finish my call but then I heard
the same noise again.
Which sounded a lot like a cat meowing.
Then suddenly, a tiny cute little furball started rubbing up against
my leg and purring.
It was so cute.
It must have come from that hole near the back of the fridge.
-I've been meaning to fix that.
-Looks like a job for Kobi.
Well, at least you've been looking after the cat.
Well done, girls.
Whilst looking after the cat is all good,
I think we should leave the feeding to the cat's owner.
Your dad's right. Milk's not so great for cats.
I know you meant well, but we need to find the owners.
But, Dad, the cat doesn't have an owner.
It's a wild cat, right?
It's definitely the smallest lion I've seen.
No, I meant wild.
Wild by it does what it wants.
He comes and goes but he's always here at this time
and leaves when I go home.
Look, there's no collar or ID tag.
So we need to find the owners, right?
-And that's what the cat would want, isn't it?
-It's the right thing to do, sweetie.
-You've done a great job looking after...
-Patch. His name is Patch.
Well, Patch's owners will be worried about him.
But he doesn't want to leave.
That's because you've been feeding it, sweetie.
Look, it's getting late now, so why don't we look after the cat
for now and work out how to find the owner. Right?
-Hey, team, let's get...
I love Patch.
He's the best cat ever.
Do you think he's lost?
Can a cat even get lost?
I don't know.
But I did read that when a cat moves into a different area,
they can get lost as they struggle to adjust to their new environment.
Like when I saw you and Mali trying to find the park?
Maybe that's what happened to Patch.
But how do we find its owner?
Maybe we can send an e-mail to everyone in the world?
That's not a bad idea.
-I think it'll be someone local.
-I could ask my customers.
We can make posters.
We can make a picture and say, "Missing cat."
I've seen one of those before.
-Maybe it would be better if we get a proper picture, a photograph.
Because we need to get a very good picture.
No, no, no.
# Oh, we haven't got much time to get our work done
# Let's work, let's work
# So let's not hang around let's make it fun
# Let's work, let's work
# Take it slow, though, cos you should know
# That if a job's worth doing it's worth doing right
# Take some pictures, photographs
# Let's make some posters full of cats
# Even though we know they're smitten
# Help that owner find that kitten
# Come on, come on
# Work, work, work, work, work
# Let's work, let's work
# Work, work, work, work, work
# Let's work, let's work. #
Ian, someone's at the door. Can you get it, please?
-Ted, hi. Come in.
That's Mr Pringles, Dad.
This is Ted and Andrew.
-They're the owners of your little cat friend.
Thank you so much for looking after him so well.
We can't thank you enough, can we?
We were really worried when he went missing. He's Ted's first pet.
It's OK. He's really cute. You're so lucky to have him.
How did he get in the garage?
We think our cheeky little friend here jumped into the back of
Andrew's car when he brought it into the garage last week.
Mr Pringles must have hopped out whilst I was fixing it.
-We loved your amazing poster.
-Yeah, and we knew exactly where to come.
-Are you OK, Bella?
I'm really happy he's back with his family.
Well, Ian, you know we live just, what? Ten minutes away.
Give me a shout and Bella, you and your dad can visit Mr Pringles
-whenever you want, OK?
Yeah, that would be great.
Hey, Bella. We just wanted to have a chat.
I heard you were very brave today.
-I know that couldn't have been easy.
So, you really want a cat?
You know, a cat's a lot of responsibility and me and your dad,
we're not going to be looking after it.
You saw how good I was with Patch.
I'd be even better with my own cat.
-I'd read books and everything to her and stuff.
-She was very good.
And you'll help with all the yucky stuff,
-like cleaning out the litter tray?
-Yep, I will, with a smile.
Well, I think we're all agreed.
-That we should get a cat.
I can't wait to tell Mali and Sam.
I'm so happy for Bella.
It's so exciting that they're going to choose a new cat.
What colour do you think she'll choose?
They don't do purple cats.
Do you think if I show Grandma I can look after a uniphin,
-she'll let me have one?
-Are you sure she'd want a uniphin?
Yeah, one gazillion percent.
No, she wouldn't.
-You're a good friend, Mali.
-And you're a great friend, Sam.