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Hello! My name is the cat and the cat!
Thing 1 and Thing 2!
On one raining day, there were two children, Conrad and Sally, who were home alone because their mother had gone to work. Bored out of their minds, they didn't know what to do. Then, suddenly, BANG! The door opened and in a cat walked on two legs.
"Hello," It greeted. "I'm the Cat and the Hat. You all look bored and I have come here to entertain you!" Unsure what to say, the children stared at him. Luckily, their pet fish, Bubbles, knew what to say.
"Hey you! Get out of our house!" He exclaimed. Of course, the Cat in the Hat didn't listen. "Follow me!" He said. He led them to the living room. With a snap of his fingers, a box appeared. It unlocked itself and two things ran out. " I call them Thing 1 and Thing 2!"
How was today?
And then, it all happened at once. The things ran like lightning into Conrad and Sally's room. Bubbles' fins grabbed the edge of the bowl and pulled himself out. Suddenly, the fish was there and then he was gone. "Oh dear," muttered the Cat in the Hat. They ran into the bedroom and found Bubbles teleporting around the room trying to catch Thing 1 and Thing 2, who had already created a mess.
The things ran into their mother's bedroom. Like they kids' bedroom, they started to create a mess. However, Bubbles caught them. "My name is Captain Fin McMissle. I can teleport, and you all are invading our home. Get out!" The Cat and the Hat gave a sad expression. He snapped his fingers and Thing 1 and Thing 2 disappeared. The cat then walked slowly out the door, and was never seen again.
Captain Fin McMissle teleported around the house to clean it up. He ran back to his bowl and finished right as their mom came through the door. "How was your day?" she asked. Conrad and Sally looked at each other. What should they tell her? Their fish was a super-being? No, she would think they were crazy. Instead, they looked at each and smiled. The End!
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