Cats at Work
Cats have been earning their living since ancient times, from the banks of the Nile to medieval Europe. And the cat is still hard at work today. The Working Cat presents 85 full-color, on-the-job portraits of New York's most industrious cats, giving the name, age, breed, and place of business, as well as comments from the owners.
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