Concerning Cats

Concerning Cats
My Own and Some Others

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Concerning Cats by Helen M. Winslow

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1900

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137

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Concerning Cats
My Own and Some Others

By

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I have known, and loved, and studied many cats, but my knowledge of heralone (Pretty Lady, a cat) would convince me that cats love people--in their dignified,reserved way, and when they feel that their love is not wasted; thatthey reason, and that they seldom act from impulse.

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a great and glorious country, where I can have such birds as these for the catching. Tame, too. I'll have one for breakfast."

So he crouched down, tiger-like, and crept carefully along to a convenient distance and was preparing to spring, when the large and gorgeous bird looked up from his worm and remarked:--

"Cut-cut-cut, ca-dah-cut!" and, taking his wives, withdrew toward the barn.

Mr. McGinty drew back amazed. "This is a queer bird," he seemed to say; "saucy, too. However, I'll soon have him," and he crept more carefully than before up to springing distance, when again this most gorgeous bird drew up and exclaimed, with a note of annoyance:--

"Cut-cut-cut, ca-dah-cut! What ails that old cat, anyway?" And again he led his various wives barn-ward.

Mr. McGinty drew up with a surprised air, and apparently made a cursory study of the leading anatomical features of this strange bird; but he did not like to give up, and soon crouched and prepared for another onslaught. This ti