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Read these lines from the conclusion: Bucket, for example, will always be a special, wonderful kitty, despite his tendencies to knock things off of high places, turn over food bowls, and bite the dog's face. What is the main point of these lines? A. Bucket is a good example of a cat. B. Cats are loveable despite their quirks. C. It is very difficult to like cats. D. Most cats are very disruptive inside the house.

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