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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?

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    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

    so:
    Our cat, Katie usually drags it's food out of the dish when it's happy.

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    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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