Early the next morning, the friends met in in the big field. Lisi and Andrew brought the crayons and cardboard; Brain and Stephanie brought the hammer and nails; Mary and George were in charge of finding the sticks they would use to nail the signs to.
They worked very hard. Finally, they were finished. The little party of demonstrators marched through the neighborhood streets. When they reached the center of town, Lisi climbed onto a box and shouted loud as she could, "CAN YOU HEAR ME?"
Well, she shouted so loudly people a street away turned around.
"HELP US SAVE THE KITTENS! DON´T LET THEM BE SENT AWAY! ADOPT A KITTEN, TODAY!"
Lisi stopped, the children looked around, but nobody came forward. Nobody wanted the kittens. "We`ve got to do something," Lisi thought. "I know what to do." She climbed back on to the carton, screaming even louder than before, "HELP SAVE THE KITTENS! ONLY ONE PENNY!"