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Kep is the hero (though not the main character like the title character) of Beatrix Potter's book The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck. He is a house-trained collie who sees the titular protagonist, Jemima Puddle-Duck, taking away two onions from his house, where she explains why she is alone, and reveals that she knows the Foxy-Whiskered Gentleman. Kep, having no doubt who this "gentleman" is, hastily finds the butcher's two Foxhound puppies to help him rescue Jemima from the Foxy-Whiskered Gentleman, who actually intends to roast and eat her, and to make an omelette from both the herbs and onions he had her fetch for him and some of her eggs. Kep and the Foxhound puppies keep Jemima shut into the shed full of duck feathers (where she'd made her nest) while they fight the fox, until he strips himself of his suit and escapes. Although the fox is defeated by all three dogs, the Foxhound puppies eat Jemima's eggs. So, Kep escorts a teary Jemima back to the farmyard.