The Cat Who Played Post Office - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

As Qwill and Mrs. Cobb wait for Penelope to pick them up, Mrs. Cobb tells Qwill that Tiffany Trotter called because she wants to talk to him about Daisy Mull. When she picks them up, Penelope tells Qwill that everyone endorses his idea for the Klingenschoen Foundation. The city council meeting begins with the Pledge of Allegiance, but Mr. Hackpole causes a debate because Pickax's flag, donated by Miss Klingenschoen, has only forty eight stars. This is a violation of the flag code. When Qwill addresses the council at the end of the meeting, he suggests that the flag be preserved as a memorial to the original donor, and he will pay for a new, equally extravagant flag. He cites his intention to eventually donate the Klingenschoen mansion to the city as a museum, Meanwhile, the collection is being catalogued by Mrs. Cobb...

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