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Kildee House Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Chapter 11 Summary

By March the weather has cleared but the animal population inside Kildee's house has exploded. All the raccoon pairs have had babies and now Jerome is living with twenty-five raccoons. Jerome sleeps a lot but the hungry raccoons often disturb him. He is worried that the maturing skunks who have gone off into the woods will find mates and bring them back to the house. Emma Lou comes by and informs Jerome that the skunks have all returned with mates and have made nests under the house. She walks around and looks at all the baby raccoons. She is thrilled but Jerome calculates that by the next spring he could have as many as 125 raccoons and then 600 the next year. Emma Lou vows to come up with a solution.

Jerome makes breakfast for himself and Emma Lou. She mentions she hasn't eaten venison for a week and...

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