Kildee House - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Two weeks have passed since Donald placed the ads for the animals in the sports magazine. There has been no response and the strain is weighing on Jerome. There is a constant stream of hungry animals pestering Jerome. The skunks and raccoons begin to fight more often. Jerome converts Monarch's shed into a storage shed for himself. Field mice begin nesting on the shelves of the shed.

On a Saturday, Emma Lou comes over to help Jerome clean his house. Donald runs up the hill cheerfully proclaiming that his plan has worked. He has received dozens of letters from zoos and large estates that want animal pairs. Donald assures Jerome that his father is checking all the requests out to make sure they aren't coming from hunting clubs or fur farmers. All the people requesting the animals are offering to pick them up. Jerome says he'll keep...

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