The Cat Who Went Underground Setting & Symbolism

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Pickax

Pickax is the town in Moose County where Qwill lives as mandated by the Klingenschoen will. The story begins and ends in Pickax.

Mooseville

Mooseville is the lakeshore resort town where the Klingenschoen cabin is located and where Qwill decides to spend the summer. This is the main setting of the novel.

Klingenschoen Cabin

Located in Mooseville, the Klingenschoen cabin is owned by the Klingenschoen estate, and this is where Qwill decides to reside for the summer. The cabin's age inconveniences Qwill as he constantly requires repairs through Glinko.

New Addition

Qwill decides to build an addition to the Klingenschoen cabin in Mooseville because he wants a writing studio and an apartment for his cats. The neighbors warn him against hiring an underground builder but he has good luck in obtaining the services of the industrious Clem Cottle. Unfortunately, Clem disappears and Qwill hires Iggy who is...

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