posted by Kim on .
In the sentence: "our cat katie usually drags its food out of the dish when its happy", what capitalization and puncutation is needed to make the sentence correct?
our cat katie usually drags its food out of the dish when its happy
-Capital at the beginning of the sentence
-Comma after cat
-Capital for the noun's name
-Apostrophe on both 'its' to show posession
-Period at the end of the sentence
Our cat, Katie usually drags it's food out of the dish when it's happy.
Also, put a comma after Katie.
No apostrophe in itswhen it is a possessive pronoun.
Would begin the sentence with the clause,
When it's happy, our cat, Katie, drags its food out of the dish.
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