Kitty Piper had been working hard and she is tired but joins her friend, a feline, Audrey.
She hopes Audrey doesn’t have too much planned for the day. She loves going to see their mutual human friend, Harlan, and Kitty Piper hopes that’s on the agenda.
Audrey feels mischievous and wants to take a short cut through the woods to Harlan’s house. Kitty Piper hesitates at first but then agrees because she loves Audrey and knows how happy this will make her. They walk through the woods. Audrey is very happy with the situation until they come upon a little baby kitty who is barely alive. Kitty Piper takes the little beautiful kitty’s pulse, and the kitty doesn’t move.
Audrey agrees to stay with the kitty while Kitty Piper runs to Harlan’s house to have Harlan come to save the kitty. Harlan knows how starved the poor little kitty is but doesn’t let on to Kitty Piper or Audrey. He picks up the kitty and calls her Lucy. From that point on, her name is Lucy. They take the little kitty to Harlan’s house where he heats up some milk for her and feeds her the milk with an eyedropper. The kitty is still
Mrs. Jenkins and her son Billy just moved to town and Mrs. Jenkins was looking for a special kitty. Mrs. Jenkins loved Lucy from the moment she laid eyes on her. Lucy became her cat. Another little girl, Avery, also wanted the cat but Harlan made it known that Mrs. Jenkins will get the cat if Lucy pulls through. She (Avery) and Billy (Mrs. Jenkins son) like each other, and they had their own special way of showing it. Most of the time they argued. Avery didn’t want to give up Lucy but in the end she agreed that Lucy belonged to Mrs. Jenkins.
The kids, Billy and Avery had a lot in common as they both wanted to be vets. After a visit to the vets, the entourage, Mrs. Jenkins, Kitty Piper’s Mommy, Audrey, Harlan, Billy and Avery returned to Kitty Piper Mommy’s home. Kitty Piper’s Mommy fed everyone and they left happy in merriment.
Kitty Piper went to her room, jumped on the bed and was going to enjoy a good night’s sleep knowing Lucy would be okay and Mrs. Jenkins would spoil and take good care of her. Kitty Piper’s dreams were about Lucy and what a beautiful kitty she was. Mrs. Jenkins was indeed blessed to have such a pet.