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Pet Portrait: Pets at the Vets
1st, 2nd & 3rd Primary
Pet Portrait; Pets at the Vets includes the colourful characters of Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh and their wonderful pets.
The play tells the story of the day when the pets go to the vets. Vicky the Vet looks after all the pets that come to see her. Bonito, the parrot, has got a sore throat, Fulang, the monkey, has got a cold. Lump, the dog, has got an earache and Sunflower, the cat has got an eating problem; he can’t stop eating. At the end of the day a robber steals the famous pets and leaves a note with a secret message. The students help break the code to read the message and describe the pets to the police. There is a surprise telephone call from Fulang. Sunflower has eaten Fulang along with Bonito and Lump. They are now inside the cat! They make the call from a mobile phone that Sunflower has also eaten. The police trace the phone call and the pets are rescued and returned to their owners. The robber is caught and recognises the error of his ways. With the help of Vicky he becomes a reformed character with his own pet to look after.
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