Tiger Eyes - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Davey's mother begs her to clean herself up and get ready for her first day of high sSchool, although Davey has no desire to go. She hasn't taken a shower in thirteen days and she feels like she wants to stay in bed under the covers all day rather than go to school. However once again, Davey obliges so that she doesn't hurt her mother. "She shakes me a little to make sure I am listening. 'For me Davey. Do it for me, okay?' It is the for me that gets through." So, the night before school Davey shakily gets herself out of bed weak and unaccustomed from lack of food and movement. Davey's cat Minka, a present for Davey's twelfth birthday, follows her into the bathroom. Davey thinks fondly about how Minka loves to lick everyone and wonders if Minka understands...

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