Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties and Cat Kid - Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties; Chapters 4-7 Summary & Analysis

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“Chapter the Fourth: No More Kitten Around” opens with Petey carrying a box of test tubes. He trips over Li'l Petey and breaks all the glass. Li'l Petey asks, “Did you fall down?” (56). The kitten then asks, “Why?” to every one of Petey's answers. Petey tries to feed the kitten, but winds up with food on his head. The kitten calls Petey “papa,” which makes Petey angry. Li'l Petey makes Petey a book, but he says he would rather have tea. The cup of tea tastes good, but then Li'l Petey reveals that he “couldn't find the tea strainer … so I used the fly swatter” (61). Petey spits out the tea.

Petey finds a box and writes “free kitty” (62) on the side. He tells Li'l Petey to get in, but the kitten predictably asks “why” (62). Petey says...

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