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CHAPTER THREE

thinking, she, too, waiting for something, some revelation.
Cats. Three of them. Grandmamma, John Wesley and Marmalade. Poor Grandmamma was small and anxious, and would have been more anxious still if she had been a better arithmetician. `I thought I had seven children,' she would say anxiously, `and I can only find one. Do you know where the other one is?' Poor Grandmamma. There is no limit to the number of babies wanted, only to the number of kittens. John Wesley and Marmalade are the two Westaways survivors of twelve families in six years, but nobody can quite remember now whether they are brothers, half-brothers or uncle and nephew. John Wesley is long and black, and follows Reginald to heel, waiting for him to bend down to a weed. Then with a spring he is on his master's shoulder, round his neck, content. Marmalade, Orange Marmalade, is more distant. Reginald can get very little out of him.
`I-Iallo, Marmalade, where are you off to?'
`A little private business, Mr. Wellard. An engagement in the fields, Mr. Wellard. Not unconnected with a mole, Mr. Wellard.'
`Well don't bring the bag in here. I won't have dead things left about the lawns. Do you understand?'
`No, Mr. Wellard. I don't know what you're talking about, Mr. Wellard. See you again some time, if you're still here.' He steps on his way, dignified, unhurried.
`Marmalade !'
Shall I look back? No. Not worth it.
`Marmalade!' This time in Sylvia's voice. That's another matter.
`Yes, Mrs. Wellard?'
`Mr. Wellard is talking to you.'

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