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Old Yeller Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

Fred Gipson
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Chapter 12 Summary

Travis and Old Yeller are laid up for the next few weeks. Travis is in his bed and Old Yeller is in the dog run. The two are in pain and have fevers and Mama brings Travis cold water and makes prickly-pear root poultices for his leg. Mama doctors Old Yeller's wounds as well and she tries to get the two to eat when they can. Along with taking care of Travis and Old Yeller, Mama is also doing all the other chores such as milking, cutting wood, washing clothes, and taking care of Little Arliss. A drought has settled over the country and the land is dry. Jumper starts to eat the corn they have not been able to gather and Mama has to run him out of the corn field so he will not eat up all the bread corn for winter. Mama ties a...

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