One day while I, The Cat in the Hat, was (1_______) in the (2______) a (3_____) (4____)(5________) fell through the roof. It immediately jumped on the (6 ______) and knocked over the (7_____), bumping into Sam-I-Am and The Lorax, who were eating Green Eggs and Ham. After it hugged Thing One and Thing Two, it ran out the door into the (8__) and (9____) a (10____) off the (11____). It then knocked a glass of (12______) off the coffee table; getting (13____) Horton the Elephant more (14_____). After (15___) minutes of chasing the (16_____) through the house I finally caught it and put it outside. It quickly climbed the nearest (17_____). One of the Sneetches came running with a (18____) (19___), hoping to encourage it to come down. Leave it to that (20____)Daisy-Head Mayzie and all the Who’s in Whoville to think of bringing a (21___)(22____), which brought the (23____)(24___)(25___) down immediately. (Note that the (26____) Grinch was no help here!) It then ran off with One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. Whew! And to think I could have had a (27 )Wocket in my Pocket, which might Hop on Pop(28_____) times with (29____) Bunches of Hunches and that (31______) Fox in Sox, who was eating Green Eggs and Ham! So, until the next time when I, The (31___)Cat in the Hat see you again, be sure to remember My Many Colored Days: “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street!” and yell Oh Say, Can You Say? and think Oh the Thinks We Can Think! At least this story wasn’t about Bartholomew and the Oobleck or The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins! Tomorrow I, The Cat In the Hat, will be back, because I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today! And the moral of this story is. . .Oh the Places You’ll Go! And, oh yes! This is The Seuss, the Whole Seuss, and Nothing But the Seuss!