All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 43 Summary

Miss Stubbs is an elderly woman who doesn't have much left. Her house is falling down around her, and she is bedridden. Her poverty is evidenced by the condition of her house and a small card that hangs in her room, reading "God is Near." Instead of being framed, it is just a simple card on the wall.

Miss Stubbs does have a dedicated housekeeper, Mrs. Broadwith, and three dogs and two cats. These animals mean everything to her, and although she is poor, she manages to take care of them. Unfortunately, all but one of her animals is ill. Prince, one of the dogs, has a bad heart. Ben, another dog has kidney failure, and the cats are both ill. Herriot is a frequent guest as he tries to keep these animals alive for the elderly woman.

Herriot is called out a short time later to...

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