Mouse and cat

 


Last time I remember that I say something about Tom and Jerry in a cartoon. They are funny and full of enthusiasm. Now I will still say something about a mouse and a cat. They seem like them. It happens because of the Rose zuly which is a game gold used to play games.

It is the mouse that rob the game gold from the cat, but it does not know how to play the game and how to use the game gold in a correct way. So it hugs the rose zulie in its hand and do not give it to the cat, though the cat will stare at it in front of its home, the mouse will still does not ignore the cat all the time. Only looking at the game gold and thinking the way to use it.

One day, when the mouse is still thinking some way to use it, the cat come to its house and start to talk with the mouse. The cat wants to tell the mouse how to play the game for exchange for some of the rose online zulie. The mouse thinks for a while and agrees to the cat. The cat then take the mouse to a place and tells it that is the place for using the game gold. The mouse is so glad that it gives one of its game gold to the cat and then run quickly into the room. To its surprise, it be cheated by the cat, there is nothing in the room besides many cats. It is so afraid that it begins to run out. But the cats discouraged it from out. The mouse does not know what to do just bring its rose online zuly tightly. Then the cat comes in the room and laugh happily in front of the mouse. Also let the mouse hand out all the game gold, otherwise, it will let all the cats together to beat it. The mouse says the cat is contemptible and will never believe it the next time. But the cat does not ignore it and rob all its Arua ROSE zuly back.

After being cheated and robbed by the cat, the mouse soon run to home and hide in its house for several days. Those days are the most quite days for the cat, because the mouse does not interrupt it and does not rob something with it.

 

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