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THE CAT AND THE DOG
ONE DAY THEIR WAS A DOG AND A CAT THEY WHERE BEST FRIENDS THEY DID EVERY THING TOGETHER BUT ONE DAY THEIR WAS A PROBLEM. THEY WHERE FIGHTING ONE DAY. THEY SAID THEY WHERE NOT BEST FRIENDS. THEY WERE ALONE WITH NO BODY TO PLAY WITH. THEY WERE REALLY SAD ONE DAY THEY MET UP AT THE PARK. THEY SAID THEY WERE SORRY. AND THEY WERE BEST FRIENDS AGAIN THEY DID EVERY THING TOGETHER THEY LOVED DOING EVERY THING TOGETHER. EVERY BODY HAS A BEST FRIEND SOMETIMES. THEY ARE ALL WAYS BEST FRIENDS . THEY WHERE ALL WAYS BEST FRIENDS ALL THE TIME. EVERY BODY FIGHTS WITH A FRIEND ALL THE TIME .
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