The Cricket in Times Square - Chapter Four: Harry Cat Summary & Analysis

George Selden
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Chester hides, not wanting to see his new friend die, but when there are no sounds of struggle, he lifts his head up and looks behind him at a large tiger cat with gray-green eyes. Chester is surprised when the cat makes no move towards Tucker, and seems to have no animosity towards him at all. Tucker reassures Chester, explaining that he and Harry are actually best friends. He goes on to explain that in the city cats and mice had pretty much given up fighting each other. Tucker introduces Harry Cat and Chester is somewhat ashamed of the fuss he'd made over Harry Cat's arrival. Harry and Tucker discuss the merits of scrounging, and Harry comments that on the East Side, rich people weren't throwing away as much garbage as they once had.

Tucker asks Chester to chirp again, and...

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