Mrs. Pumphrey was a rich lady who had a small dog, named Tricki. She had pampered the dog by providing him things like a raincoat for wet days, a whole wardrobe, full of tweed coats. There were separate bowls like breakfast bowl, lunch bowl, supper bowl etc. for his different meals. She had a lot of servants and maids to take care of him and to serve Tricki’s favourite cushions, toys and rubber rings. Besides, she owned a chauffeur-driven long, black car. All these things suggest that she was a rich lady. She used to give Tricki some extras between meals to build him up. Some molt, cod-liver-oil and a bowl of Horlicks which only the rich can afford to feed their dogs. She also fed him cream cakes and chocolates which he loved very much.