The Quotable Cat Lover

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Charles Elliott
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Reference - 257 pages
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An unexpectedly wide range of writers weigh in on the feline, from Twain, Coward, Dickens, and Beatrix Potter to Hemingway, Yeats, Garrison Keillor, and Erma Bombeck. There are thought-provoking and delightful proverbs, too—such as the sly saying: “When cat and mouse agree, the farmer has no chance.” An irresistible delight for cat lovers everywhere.
 

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Charles Elliot is an American editor & writer who now lives in England. He is the author of two essay collections published by The Lyons Press, as well as "The Quotable Gardener," & keeps (i.e., feeds) two cats, Sam & Rosie.

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