Heti 1 Dona Direidi


Heti 1

Mae Heti a Jaff y ci yn galw draw i weld Dona Direidi. Heti and Jaff the dog drop by to see Dona Direidi. Dona thinks she would like a pet like Jaff so she learns how to care fo...


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-# I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously

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-# Yeah, I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously

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-# Yo, children of Wales!

-I'll introduce myself real quick

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-# I am the greatest rapper

-so take my photo, click-click!

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-# You better believe me when I say

-my cousin's famous, oh, my!

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-# The main man, the golden rapper.

-Rapsgaliwn - what a guy!

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-# I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously

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-# Yeah, I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously #

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-Hello, how are you?

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-Please don't go, ho-hum!

-Dona Direidi needs a chum!

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-To tell you the truth,

-sometimes I feel lonely...

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-..when I'm in this room by myself.

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-It'd be nice to have some company.

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-No, I don't mean one of my friends.

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-I'd like

-a four-legged friend for company.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-I'm talking about a dog.

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-What kind of dog?

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-I don't know yet.

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-That's why I'm looking in the

-newspaper, to see what's available.

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-I wonder what's for sale?

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-"A big, friendly dog for sale."

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-I don't think I want a big dog.

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-I have an idea.

-I'll get Heti and Jaff to join me.

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-They're bound to help me.

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-Hello, Dona. Anything interesting

-in the newspaper?

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-Hello, Heti.

-Nice to see you. You too, Jaff.

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-You're the best sheepdog ever.

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-I want to buy a dog.

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-Why do you want a dog, Dona?

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-I've great friends,

-like you and Jaff...

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-..and Now, Huwi and Tigi...

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-..but I'd like a pet

-to keep me company all the time.

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-But Jaff's a sheepdog. Dogs

-like him like being on the farm.

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-Oh, I see.

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-So tell me what dog

-would be suitable for me?

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-A corgi, a spaniel or a greyhound?

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-I think a poodle would suit you.

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-Poodle's a funny name!

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-You're right. I'd like a poodle.

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-A white one,

-about the same size as Jaff...

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-..wearing a pink collar

-with precious gems.

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-Heti, I've had an idea.

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-Oh, no. What kind of idea?

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-Why don't we make a coat

-to keep the dog nice and warm?

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-Oh, alright.

-But you haven't got a dog yet.

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-No, not yet.

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-But I'm sure

-I'll have one very soon.

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-If the dog's the same size as Jaff,

-we could make Jaff a coat...

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-..and we'd know then

-that it would fit the poodle.

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-First of all, I need

-a piece of pink fabric like this.

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-And a gold ribbon.

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-Very pretty.

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-Very pretty.

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-Two strips of Velcro.

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-One with a rough side,

-one with a smooth side.

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-And a pair of scissors each.

-We must be careful.

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-Of course.

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-To begin with, we have to cut

-the ribbon into four equal pieces.

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-I'll halve it like this...

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-..and then you can cut the end.

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-I'll do the same with the other one.

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-Very good. Now for the final one.

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-We need to cut the Velcro strips...

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-..into four little squares.

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-Four. Very good.

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-Then...

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-..peel off the backing...

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-..and stick one in each corner.

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-So the Velcro is sticky already?

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-So the Velcro is sticky already?

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-Yes.

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-That's clever.

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-That's clever.

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-Stick the other piece of Velcro...

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-..on the ribbon like this.

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-Well done, Dona.

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-Well done, Dona.

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-Thanks.

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-Stick it on top

-of the other piece of Velcro.

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-I see. Like this?

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-This is good fun.

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-There you go.

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-Are you looking forward

-to wearing the coat?

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-He's not too keen on the colour.

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-He's not too keen on the colour.

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-It'll grow on him.

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-There's a lot of pink in this room.

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-It's time to see if it fits Jaff.

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-Ready, Jaff?

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-This is your coat.

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-I'll tie the front.

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-Do you like it, Jaff?

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-How pretty! Good boy.

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-What do you think of the coat, Heti?

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-What do you think of the coat, Heti?

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-It's very pretty, Dona.

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-If you get a dog,

-you must look after it...

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-..and take it for a walk every day.

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-We know a song about two dogs

-going for a walk, don't we?

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-Why don't we sing it?

-You can join in too.

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-# Two little dogs

-go for a walk in the woods

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-# With two new shoes upon their feet

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-# Two little dogs

-on their way back home

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-# Having lost one of their shoes

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-# Two little dogs #

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-Remember, Dona, apart from

-taking the dog for walks...

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-..there are

-two more things a dog needs.

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-I know. A bone to scratch

-and next door's cat to fight with.

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-No, Dona. The first thing is food.

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-Here you go. A bowl and food.

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-Thank you...

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-..but I've already had breakfast.

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-That's dry food for Jaff, not you.

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-That's dry food for Jaff, not you.

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-Oh, I get it.

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-Here you go, Jaff.

-Eat it all up, there's a good boy.

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-Well done, Dona.

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-Thanks. What's the second thing?

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-Secondly,

-a bath with plenty of shampoo.

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-Shampoodle! Shampoo.

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-Poodle. Get it?

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-After I've fed the dog, taken him

-for a walk and given him a bath...

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-..I'll be exhausted.

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-..I'll be exhausted.

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-Are you sure you want a dog?

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-What about another animal?

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-Like a mouse or a guinea pig?

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-Yes, or a rabbit or a tortoise.

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-If I took a tortoise for a walk...

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-..it'd take an hour to get

-from the front door to the gate.

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-But you wouldn't take a tortoise,

-a cat or a guinea pig for a walk.

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-Or a fish.

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-Or a goldfish.

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-It's so pretty.

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-Is it a present for me?

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-Yes, it is.

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-Don't forget, you have to feed it.

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-But I don't have to wash him because

-he's happy swimming in the water.

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-But you must remember to change

-the water from time to time.

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-Jaff and I have to go.

-We've lots to do on the farm.

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-Won't you just stay

-for the This or That game?

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-Alright.

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-This or That?

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-Here's your first question.

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-A red rooster clucking

-or little birds chirping?

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-Little birds chirping every time.

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-A cute black kitten...

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-..or a dog that's big and strong?

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-Kittens are cute,

-but a farmer will always need a dog.

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-Isn't that right, Jaff?

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-Two lambs gambolling...

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-..or a green frog jumping?

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-Two lambs gambolling...

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-..is a sign that spring has arrived.

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-A pink flamingo or a winking owl?

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-A winking owl, my favourite bird.

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-Is it really? I didn't know that.

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-This is for Jaff.

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-A fluffy guinea pig

-or a slow, lazy tortoise?

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-What do you think, Jaff?

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-Jaff says a tortoise because

-he lives outdoors in the open air.

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-Good choice, Jaff.

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-A small grey mouse

-or a robin redbreast?

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-A robin redbreast eating bread

-from the bird table in winter.

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-This is another question for Jaff.

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-This is another question for Jaff.

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-Ready, Jaff?

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-Swimming in the duck pond...

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-..or running after sheep?

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-What do you think, Jaff?

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-Although he's a sheepdog...

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-..he loves swimming

-in the duck pond.

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-I'm sure he does.

-Here's your last question.

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-Out of all the animals on the farm,

-which is your favourite?

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-Jaff, of course.

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-Of course!

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-Thanks for keeping me company

-and thanks for my goldfish.

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-Thank you, Dona.

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-Thank you, Dona.

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-Bye.

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-Thank you for coming too.

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-Bye from me, Dona Direidi.

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-# The first likes to drink milk

-and sometimes she miaows

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-# If she sees a big black dog,

-she's sure to run a mile

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-# She climbs the tree

-in search of a singing bird

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-# Who is she? The cat, of course

-And her chosen name is Grwndi

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-# Hey, wah-wah-wee-wah,

-this is a rap about pet animals

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-# Big ones and small ones

-and ones with fluffy coats

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-# I'm going to give you a clue

-and you must try to guess

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-# Which pet animal I'm describing

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-# The next one's small and cute

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-# He's fond of eating seeds

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-# His feathers

-are as blue as the sky

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-# And sometimes he chatters

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-# He lives in a cage

-and gets up to mischief at times

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-# Who is he? The budgie, of course

-And his chosen name is Bili

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-# Hey, wah-wah-wee-wah,

-this is a rap about pet animals

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-# Big ones and small ones

-and ones with fluffy coats

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-# I'm going to give you a clue

-and you must try to guess

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-# Which pet animal I'm describing

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-# He's hiding

-somewhere in the garden

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-# And lives inside his shell

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-# Sometimes he pops his head out

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-# To eat some delicious leaves

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-# Slowly, slowly, slowly he walks

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-# Moving a little at a time

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-# Who is he? The tortoise, of course

-And his chosen name is Llywelyn

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-# Hey, wah-wah-wee-wah,

-this is a rap about pet animals

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-# Big ones and small ones

-and ones with fluffy coats

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-# I'm going to give you a clue

-and you must try to guess

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-# Which pet animal I'm describing #

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Mae Heti a Jaff y ci yn galw draw i weld Dona Direidi. Heti and Jaff the dog drop by to see Dona Direidi. Dona thinks she would like a pet like Jaff so she learns how to care for a dog.


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