The Cat Who Played Post Office - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Qwill, Koko and Yum Yum adjust to their new environment. Qwill needs Koko's help to interview potential housekeepers as he requires them to be fond of cats, cook fairly well, be able to care for antiques and be agreeable. The first two applicants are hopeless. Qwill believes that the third, Tiffany Trotter, a pretty young woman, is a spy. Mrs. Fulgrove, the former housekeeper at Klingenschoen mansion, is disagreeable and degrades the Mull girl for defacing her apartment, leaving Qwill with a strong desire to revisit the mural in the apartment. He searches the phonebook for Mulls to no avail before phoning Penelope to ask about the girl who painted in the servants' quarters. Penelope states that the girl apparently left town. While on the phone, Qwill hears an unusual noise in another part of the house. When he investigates, he sees the...

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