Betty had a new collar. The collar was blue and it made of rubber. Her name was written on one side and her master’s phone number and address on the other side. Betty was proud and happy wearing her new collar. People would know that she had an owner. Someone who loved and would take care of her. “I want to look for some friends to play with.” Betty walking around from one to another house in her neighborhood. But she could not find any cats. She walked to the park and meet a butterfly in the park. “Do you want to play with me?” Betty asked the butterfly. “Sure, if you can fly,” said the butterfly and she flew away. Betty saw a bee collecting honey. “Do you want to play with me?” Betty asked the buzzing bee. “Sure if you can help me collect honey,” the bee said while sucking out the honey. Betty saw a squirrel who looked busy with a peanut. He looked so cute and fuzzy. “Do you want to play with me?” Betty asked the squirrel. “Sure, if you can give me a peanut,’ said the squirrel. “Chirp... chirp...”
“Where does the sound come from?” Betty said. “Oh, there you are!” Betty cried out as she looked up to the tree. “Do you want to play with me?” Betty asked the blue bird. But the bird did not answer. “Do you want to play with me?” Betty shouted. Again, the bird did not answer. “Maybe if i climbe up the tree, i can play with the bird,” thought Betty. But the tree was so high. She was scared, but she wanted to play with the bird. Betty climbed the tree carefully. She jumped from one another to branch. “Crack...!” A small branch was broken! Betty jumped quickly to the next branch. “I did it!” Betty shouted happily. Betty looked at the bird and said, “Hi, do you want to play with me?” The bird flew to another branch, “Hey, don’t go!” Betty said. Betty followed the bird. She crawled and jumped to that branch. But the bird flew to the top of the tree. “Hey, wait for me!” Betty shouted and followed the bird. She sat on the top of the tree. “Why don’t you want to play with...
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