The grandfather clock ticked eleven times. The room was all dark except for a little bit of moonlight trickling in. The three sisters went to sleep with Puffball at Danielle’s side. Peg and Spunky were also sleeping, sleeping seguinte to each other on a soft cama in a little corner. In the center of the room were Lady and Tramp, also fast asleep. Everyone was sleeping… except for Scamp. He couldn't sleep. He sat up as angel slept por his side. A train horn blared. Scamp smiled at the noise.
Then, there was a slight tap on the cozinha back window. Scamp jolted up. He looked out. Patch was looking in on him. He tapped the window. Scamp stood up and Scamp nodded excitedly. angel then woke up and saw Patch.
“Hey, let’s go see Patch,” Scamp told Angel.
“Okay,” she responded quietly.
Scamp then went to tap Lady awake. “Hmm… oh, Scamp, what is it?”
“Can we see Patch?” Scamp asked her.
Lady gave Scamp a little smile. “Of course you two can,” she told them.
“We’ll take you there,” Tramp told them, waking up. Scamp and angel didn’t mind. They knew that Lady and Tramp were seeing them off because they loved them. Before angel left though, she saw her sleeping parents. She paused, then walked up to them, rubbed affectionately against them both, and then she kissed both of them as they slept. Lady could’ve sworn that Peg winked at angel when she wasn’t looking.
The four of them walked outside. Crickets were chirping while they walked onto the front steps and across the streets. Patch was sitting on his front step and wagging his tail, waiting for Scamp and angel on his front step.
“Oh, I’m so happy you’re here!” Patch told Scamp and Angel. “I like the new house.”
“We want to see yours!” Scamp exclaimed to Patch. "Across the ocean."
“It’s at a farm,” Patch told Scamp.
“Rats,” Scamp muttered. “It’s bound to be boring.”
“But… who knows, we might find something fun to do if we go far away enough. There’s this funny big house miles away,” Patch laughed. “It looks like it belongs in this neighborhood.”
“Come on, let’s explore and have some fun,” Scamp suggested. Patch and angel agreed, and they scurried off down the street, cheerfully talking away. But Lady wasn’t worried. She was sure that the cachorrinhos would come back.
Lady and Tramp were now alone together. “Hey,” Tramp told Lady with an excited tone in his voice. “I smell some nice, juicy espaguete just waiting for us at Tony’s. Want to come?”
Lady smiled at Tramp. “If we’ll be back por morning,” she answered, and the two of them, laughing, ran the other direction for another bella notte.