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OT- Kids!

I don't usually send funnies to you guys, but everybody needs a giggle
once in a while, and this isn't just a FW: I received this from my son
last evening.  Cate, my youngest grandchild, is just past four (going
on fourteen).

Last night we watched bThe Adventures of Milo and Otisb, a G rated movie
about a kitten (Milo) and a puppy (Otis) who leave the farm and go on a year
long adventure (well, the kitten floats down a stream in a box, and the
puppy runs along the bank to save his best friend).  Along the way they split
and find mates with whom they spend a cold snowy winter in separate caves.
Obvious result is more puppies and kittens in the spring.  They actually
show the cat and the dog giving birth (Movie is footage of actual animals
narrated by Dudley Moore).

After a long silence, Cate pipes up and asks:
bDaddyb& Why did the kitty poop a mouse?b

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