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All Creatures Great and Small Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16 Summary

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Chapter 16 Summary

Tristan find the piglets much more interesting and begins taking very good care of them. They fascinate him, especially at mealtime. Each time the food is put out; the piglets rush the feeder and begin eating happily. Within a few seconds, however, each piglet wants what the other piglet has, and they begin tussling at the feeder.

The piglets quickly grow into pigs and become more dangerous. What was cute is suddenly injurious as they rush a terrified Tristan who is carrying their food pail. This scene is replayed several times until one day they all break past Tristan. Herriot arrives to find an exhausted Tristan and nine pigs. The pigs broke out of their sty and terrorized the town on a market day. Between wrecking displays, racing through the streets, and generally causing havoc, the whole town is in an uproar.

The missing pig is yet...

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