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Katie endures a challenging spring break during which she is forced to share her bedroom with Claire, her difficult neighbor and classmate, and run a pet-sitting business at the same time. Everyone, it seems, is going somewhere fun for spring break everyone except Katie Jordan and her family. Even her best friend, Sierra, is going to Hawaii! But then, Katie realizes she's not the only one being left behind what about all those poor lonely pets? And so Katie sets out to save her spring break by starting a pet-sitting business, starting with Sierra's cat. But Katie hadn t bargained on having a business partner especially not someone as awful as Claire Plummer! When Claire's dad has to go out of town, she has to stay in Katie's room, and before they know it, they have a moody cat, an excitable dog, and dozens of fish to look after together. But do the two girls have more in common than they realized?
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