|“No man can live lonely if he has a cat.
But not all men love cats, so more’s the misfortune for never knowing their loss.”
I am fortunate to have picked up this book some five years ago from a rogue online book merchant.
From T.S. Elliot, Paul Gallico, Mazo de la Roche, Murray Robinson and Emile Zola, this compendium of works best illustrating the cat is considered a prized possession.
Yes, I love cats and their unpredictability, their killer design anatomy albeit the tender package, the love-me-or-love-me-not nonchalance, and the loyalty they bestow once earned. Yes, it happens.