Animal Passions: Featuring the Finer Feelings of the Famous for Their Furred, Finned, and Feathered Friends
Robson Books, 1994 - Pets - 186 pages
These are animal passions, good and bad alike, and every human being, willy-nilly, has them. How animals feel about us, of course, is somewhat trickier to determine, so you would be well advised not to leave this book lying around where they can get at it. Because as every page here testifies, the one thing they aren't is dumb.
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