The story is so well written, and such a highly intellectual read that at first, I did not realize that Mister Marmee was a marmalade colored cat, nor that Sir Happy was a dog. The story became all the more intriguing when I did find out that the pair of consulting detectives were not human.
Here's just a snippet of what Mister Marmee says about his friend, the amazing canine detective Sir Happy:
"Although he is unquestionably aware of his great gifts, rare gifts, his purpose in offering assistance in deciphering clues and unraveling mysteries is, quite simply, to help his fellow creature. Sir Happy believes with all his heart his gifts were meant to be shared, without ceremony and completely without self-praise. He has often said, "What would it profit me to glorify myself for what Providence has seen fit to bestow upon me? It would be sheer folly for all involved and would be a complete waste of my energies."
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