..., declared."Just like the Three
Little Pigs," added Chandler, the orange-and-white...thing,
rolling his eyes."I think we should
start our own business," Milo Jr. Jr., the orange mostly-kitten,
told his brother Jack, the white mostly-puppy. "Maybe...pest
make millions!" Jack cheered, and the two high-fived."You do that,"
said Oliver, the orange-mostly puppy. "I'm just going to find a
family and live with them. Like any nice, normal
dog or cat should.""Screw normal! I'm
going to Hollywood," said Sally with stars in her eyes.Today was the day that the
five kittuppies (pretty much cogdats, now, since they were a year
old) had decided to leave their parents. Mayhem was just totally
gone, crying her eyes out, but Brian didn't know whether he should be
happy or sad. He decided on being somewhere in between. One of
us should seem sane right now..."Good luck with
that," he told Sally doubtfully. "You'll need it." He
knew how difficult it was to become anything in Hollywood. He'd been
struggling through awful side jobs for weeks before he became an
award-winning director."I can't believe
you're all grown up!" Mayhem sniffled, and then hiccupped."Don't worry, Mom,
we'll be fine," said Oliver soothingly."It's not you
I'm worried about, it's me!"
Mayhem wailed. "I'll probably never see any of you again!""Eh, no offense, Mom,
but that's a load of bull," said Sally airily. "You'll see
me all the time when I'm a big movie star!""Moron,"
Chandler muttered."I hea...