By Konami Kanata
Within the 8th quantity of Chi's candy domestic, Chi is turning out to be up and now that she has a feeling of her new atmosphere, the little shorthair is able to make this new local her personal. With assistance from her hairy pussycat pal Cocchi she embarks on a few of her extra formidable journeys but. Being a curious and more and more self-reliant kitty, precedence no 1 has consistently been finding foodstuff assets. occasionally attaining this isn't really easy or secure for kittens, yet classes need to be realized. What Chi should quickly discover is that doorways are made to be closed. jogging into random houses, sheds or vehicles is a huge no-no since you may perhaps by no means make it out back. in a single such case, Chi will get in; reveals what's she used to be now not searching for; is locked in; and at last has to stand off with a grumpy outdated human!
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