The Cat Who Played Post Office - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Qwill frantically looks for Koko as Melinda offers encouragement. When they ascend the stairs to the attic, Melinda uses canned lobster to attempt to lure out Koko. While she is gone, Qwill hears a familiar sound and finds Koko in the far corner, scratching a carton labeled "Daisy Mull". Inside, he finds winter clothes, a maid uniform and an ivory elephant from Amanda's studio. Qwill concludes that Daisy went somewhere warm with no intent to continue her career as a domestic, but he cannot fathom why she did not take the elephant with her after stealing it. When Qwill, Melinda and Koko return downstairs, Qwill confides that Koko has "an uncanny talent for finding objects of significance" (page 80). At Qwill's request, Melinda describes Daisy. She also says Qwill is an interesting man who has lived everywhere and done everything. Koko interrupts, and Qwill...

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