Section 1, Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4
• Whittington asks the Lady for a place in the barn, explaining how his boy was sent away and he was kicked out for killing another tomcat in a fight.
• Bernie, the owner of the barn, loves horses and took in two retired race horses as well as a group of unwanted hens; the Lady, a duck, rules them in the barn.
• Bernie's two grandchildren, Abby and Ben, were brought out of their shells after their mother died by the horses, and they hang out at the barn.
Section 2, Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8
• The inhabitants of the barn agree for Whittington to come live with them, since he can help protect them from the rats, and when Whittington arrives in the barn, he learns the animals' histories.
• Whittington and the Lady lure Havey near the barn so Whittington can attack the dog to teach her not to attack...
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