Whether you're a fan of cats, dogs, lions, or even gnus, P. G. 'Plum' Wodehouse has got your back. A life-long animal-lover, he even founded a shelter for strays, in addition to the pack of pekes, dachshunds, wolfounds, cats, parrots and canaries that overran his home.
The sixth of Paul Kent's occassional essays on matters Wodehousean features the entire menagerie. But it's the dogs and cacts (along with their respective owners and staff) that are the real stars. Whichever clais your loyalty with Wodehouse, you're bound to see their funny side.
"We read Wodehouse because he was a master of words. We can read Kent for the same reason."
–WOOSTER SAUCE, JOURNAL OF THE P G WODEHOUSE SOCIETY UK
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