Like Cats & Dogs

Synopsis: Spencer (Wyatt Nash) and Lara (Cassidy Gifford) couldn't be more different. He's a cat person and she loves dogs. When a reservation mix-up lands them -- and their pets -- in the same vacation house, they have to find a way to get along without killing each other.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Ron Oliver
Production: Front Street Productions
84 min

to walk my dog,

and I come back,

and I find you,

here, drinking my wine.

I picked it up

on the way here.

I thought it was a gift from

the rental company.

I... filled out

the same questionnaire.

Starting today.

Starting today.

Well, obviously, there's been

some sort of mistake.


But I don't know how.

It was a very personal


They seemed to have

every other detail covered.

I mean, "favorite color,"

"favorite food,"

"favorite movie..."

What did you answer for food?


Me too.

Favorite movie?


Me too.

Well, maybe they thought

we were the same person?

Same reservation

and canceled the other one?


Laura Haley.

I'm sorry?

Well, if we're going to be

stuck in the same boat,

we'd better know

each other's names.

Mine's Laura Haley.

What's yours?


Spencer Hodkins.

Well, Spencer Hodkins.

It appears as though

we have ourselves

a problem.

There you go, Frank,

specialty of the house.

Great, the rental company

just got back to us.

"We will look...

"We will look into the matter

and get back to you."

There we go,

problem solved.

That's a little optimistic.

Well, I'm

an optimistic person.

That's not what I mean,

it's just...

That's an automated

response message.

They probably didn't

even read my email.

Maybe you should have been

a little more personal.

Here, may I?

Be my guest.

Thank you.

"Hi! how are you?

"I'm fine.

"I'm loving the house

that you found for me

"here in South Haven.

"Now, I don't want to be

a bother or anything,

"but I was wondering

if you could help me

"with a little

problem I'm having.

You see, there's

this man who's..."

You know maybe just

leave that as it is.

But I thought you

wanted a reply.

Well, I do.

But it's a psychological fact

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