When O. P. Sam and his sister Sheila grew of age to leave their parents’ home for one of their own, little did they know of the many new friends they would meet, wondrous things they would encounter in their new and burgeoning lives, nor the adventure awaiting them. Happening upon Wut and Shu, the two cats living in the house occupying the yard in which they had chosen to make a home, and overhearing the terrible dilemma puzzling them, introductions were made and a plot was hatched. The four of them would fashion costumes to fool Mickey, the man of the house, and O. P. Sam and Sheila would move in like undercover agents to infiltrate Mickey’s life and render him unaware of his true companions absence, while Wut and Shu would stay with the little sick girl down the lane.
Having never even seen the inside of a human home before, the pair explored and experienced things so absolutely unknown to them as to set their minds afire with bewilderment and curiosity. While a desire to help even further swelled within them, they just had to meet the Ellie, the object of their new friends’ obsession, that is when the sad news found them: Ellie was dying. And the four fast friends swore to ease her passing, her mother’s impending grief, and Mickey’s bachelorhood.