The Quotable Cat Lover
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Reference - 257 pages
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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