Maggie and Max (The Puppy Place)
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Charles and Lizzie have helped lots of puppies find homes. But then they meet a Saint Bernard puppy with an unusual friend: a helpless kitten! And this pair needs to stick together. Will Charles and Lizzie find a way to keep these two together forever?
aren’t happy when their routines change, so try to walk and feed your pet at th same time each day. And don’t forget to hug your dog and give her lots of attention, even when you’re busy! Dear Reader, In my family, the pets always get Christmas gifts along with the people. I usually give my brother’s cats a fun new toy, and my brother and his family give my dog some yummy treats. It’s fun to pick out a present for your pet — but don’t leave it under the tree, or your pet might open it before
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forever! But Charles knew that was not going to happen. The Petersons were just a foster family for these two. They couldn’t keep every animal that they took care of! The kitten and the puppy needed good homes, and Charles’s job was to help find them. There was only one problem. Ms. Dobbins had been right: Maggie and Max did not like to be separated. If they were even in different rooms, Max would mew and mew, and Maggie would get very worried until she found him. “They’re just a little
time for the Scouts’ first visit to help out with dinner. Charles was a little nervous about meeting a whole bunch of new people. At least he wouldn’t have to recite any poems tonight. Dad was driving the van. Following them in the Petersons’ red pickup truck were Mom, Lizzie, Maggie, and Max. The Bean was home with Steffi, his favorite babysitter, who always brought him “dog biscuits” (really bone-shaped oatmeal cookies) for a treat. Charles knew that the kids at the Nest were going to love
meeting the cuddly puppy and the funny little kitten. He was almost a little bit jealous, thinking about other kids getting to play with his foster pets. But he and Mom had talked about it a lot: how happy it would make the kids at the shelter, how Maggie and Max would enjoy meeting some new people, how it was good for the animals to get used to new places. Charles knew that was all true. Still, in a way, he was glad that he would be busy serving and cleaning up dinner so that he wouldn’t have to