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For one thing, "Sophie, the Pomeranian who lives next door to Percy was attacked in her front yard by a dog," and she claims Percy was her attacker - a fact Percy steadfastly denies. Fortunately, she was rushed to the vet and received help quickly so she will make a full recovery, but Duke (the head of the Dog Patrol) has asked for Gatsby and Yoshi to help prove Percy innocent.
Percy has threatened everyone for years, telling them he would attack them just as soon as he got free from his chain. So everyone has a reason to believe Sophie when she says Percy attacked her. Besides, why would she lie about that? But truth be told, Percy has been off his chain before, and he didn't attack anyone. So why now? And why a little Pomeranian?
Good luck ferreting out the facts of this case, Gatsby!
In the meantime, there is another problem in the neighborhood: Nails, a particularly nasty pit bull, is running a protection racket with a couple of her canine companions. She is not playing nice, and someone is bound to suffer sooner or later.
Looks like Gatsby and Yoshi have their paws full this time! Grab a cold lemonade or iced tea, put your feet up, and read along to see who solves these mysteries first.
Another fast read to delight cat / dog lovers.
Please publish a new one soon. I've just finished this one and am already jonesing for Yoshi and Gatsby, not to mention Duke, Chuck, Molasses and the rest of the crew.
The scene stealers for me in this book are Sophie's two neighbor cats, Willy and Sunshine. Willy spends every moment watching the world go by from his front window, but says he was eating when the attack took place and didn't see anything. (He admires Yoshi, Gatsby, and Dog Patrol leader Duke so much that he's made action figures of them!) Sunshine is a "hippie tortie" and amateur gardener who also points the finger at Percy. Willy and Sunshine are two of the best written feline characters you will ever meet.
You simply can't go wrong with any of the Petectives books. Each one is an absolute delight.