As uncalled-for as Frankenstein's Dog, this has Dracula's simpering cat (""Dracula . . . growls. What a delicious, spooky...

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DRACULA'S CAT

As uncalled-for as Frankenstein's Dog, this has Dracula's simpering cat (""Dracula . . . growls. What a delicious, spooky sound it is!"") follow its master on a moonlit outing to Mistress Agatha's door, where the toothy Count changes into a wolf--and then, after the lady pours pig slops on him, into a bat who gets stuck in a tree limb while fleeing her broom. The cat frees its master, and is rewarded back home with sweet milk. ""PURR! IT'S SO COZY TO BE DRACULA'S OWN CAT!"" Dumb, just dumb.

Pub Date: March 29, 1978

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Prentice-Hall

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1978