A little old lady named Mrs. Johnson lived alone in a cozy cottage at the end of Maple Street. She was well-known in her neighborhood for her kindness and love for animals. One day, Mrs. Johnson decided to adopt a stray cat that had been wandering around her garden. She named the cat Whiskers and welcomed him into her home with open arms.
As weeks passed, Whiskers became not just a pet but a beloved companion to Mrs. Johnson. They would spend hours sitting by the fireplace, and Whiskers would curl up in her lap, purring contentedly. Mrs. Johnson, being a responsible pet owner, would regularly buy cat food to ensure Whiskers was well-fed and happy.
One sunny afternoon, Mrs. Johnson walked down to the local grocery store to buy Whiskers’ favorite cat food. As she reached the checkout counter, she placed three cans of cat food on the conveyor belt. The young cashier, a well-meaning but strict employee, hesitated.