The Cat Who Played Post Office - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Since it is forbidden in Pickax, Qwill whistles compulsively as he prepares the cats' breakfast, causing Koko to run to the attic. Qwill chases him until Koko allows himself to be caught while sitting on a suitcase tagged "Daisy Mull". Downstairs, Qwill looks in the suitcase and finds summer clothes, jewelry, cosmetics and baby clothes. Qwill's ruminations about whether Daisy left town to have an abortion are interrupted by Mrs. Cobb's arrival. At his appointment with the attorneys that afternoon, Qwill discusses paperwork and the need for additional day help. Penelope recommends Mrs. Fulgrove. When Qwill says Birch has not contacted him, Mr. Fitch from the bank calls Birch lazy, earning a look of reproof from Penelope. At the meeting, Qwill states his intention to attend a city council meeting. After, he asks Mr. Cooper, the estate accountant, for records of the Klingenschoen...

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