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The Case of the Missing Cat (Hank the Cowdog #15)

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After losing his post as Head of Ranch Security in a crooked bet with Pete the Barncat, Hank devises a plan to rid the ranch of the snide feline. But sticking to his evil plot is more difficult than he imagined!
Paperback, 128 pages
Published August 1st 1998 by Puffin (first published December 1st 1990)
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Jun 11, 2013 PWRL marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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That cat, Pete, thinks he’s pretty smart. But he’s just made a losing bet, yes siree. He was foolish enough to bet that Hank, the wonderful amazing stupendously unbelievably fit cowdog can’t catch a rabbit in three tries. The stupidity! The fact that Hank will gain nothing from the bet if he wins and Pete will be the new Head of Ranch Security if he loses doesn’t faze him in the least. How could he possibly lose?

Easily, it turns out. And now, with Pete installed as the new Head of Ranch Security
I haven't read all of it yet, but I want to read the end of it but this site wont let me:(
In this volume Hank, a proud and loveable cowdog, takes on his nemesis Pete the wily cat. In the end, Hank severely disciplines Pete but then has mercy on him saving him from two coyotes. Quick read, especially suited for young kids.

Darryl Cole
I read pretty much this entire series years ago after I descovered them in my elementary school libary. The plot, and characters are great. Plus these books are extremly funny. I loved this series then and I still love it.
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