Mister Got to Go and Arnie

Mister Got to Go s life turns upside down when Arnie, a very small, noisy dog, arrives at the old Sylvia Hotel No nice afternoon naps in Mr Foster s office no brushing his whiskers against Mr Foster s toothbrush and no way of escaping Arnie When Arnie doesn t fit in, Mr Foster comes up with a plan to find him a new home.Where else would a mischievous YorksMister Got to Go s life turns upside down when Arnie, a very small, noisy dog, arrives at the old Sylvia Hotel No nice afternoon naps in Mr Foster s office no brushing his whiskers against Mr Foster s toothbrush and no way of escaping Arnie When Arnie doesn t fit in, Mr Foster comes up with a plan to find him a new home.Where else would a mischievous Yorkshire Terrier be happy but in the company of Mister Foster s dear friend from Paris, Madame LaTour and her lovely dog Fifi
Mister Got to Go and Arnie Mister Got to Go s life turns upside down when Arnie a very small noisy dog arrives at the old Sylvia Hotel No nice afternoon naps in Mr Foster s office no brushing his whiskers against Mr Foster s

  • Title: Mister Got to Go and Arnie
  • Author: Lois Simmie
  • ISBN: 9781551924946
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Mister Got to Go and Arnie”

    1. In the historical the Hotel Sylvia in Vancouver, BC Canada, there lived a grey cat named Got To Go. Across the street was beautiful English Bay. Mister Foster, the hotel manager didn't like Go To Go in the hotel. He said, "As soon as it stops raining, that cat's got to go. Got To Got had lived there for seven years so no one paid attention to Mr. Foster.Got To Go enjoyed life at the Sylvia Hotel until Arnie showed up. Arine was a very small dog. Got To go went down stairs for three days and woul [...]

    2. After seven years Mister Got To Go is still staying in a Vancouver hotel and the manager is still saying that when the rain stops the cat has to go. Now a very small dog named Arnie has found his way into the hotel and Mister Got To Go does not like him. Will the two every find peace?Lois Simmie has truly captured the spirit of a cat here. I think most cats would go off and sulk because of an annoying dog in their space. While glad that Arnie survived, I have to admit I did love the picture of h [...]

    3. A sequel to the excellent "Mister Got to Go" was called for, but this doesn't make the grade. GtG spends too much time sulking in the shadow of the rage-inducing yappy dog, and the anecdotal structure (this has the feel of a personal scrapbook) is exasperating where it was entertaining the first time around. Art is every bit as lush as before.

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