THOUGHTS OF MY CATS by Bruce Marshall

THOUGHTS OF MY CATS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A successful writer has taken time off to write some rambling anecdotes about cats he has owned. Since he has spent most of his time in Europe these cats have an Anglo-French accent. Although told with style, these tales have little more to say than that a procession of cats had all sorts of habits like running away, gazing at the Mediterranean, eating string beans, dying of influenza, making love and making pippi on the carpets. For those who love cats with literary intensity, these story wisps should have considerable charm; of the average human they may add up to a disjointed booklet for trivia.

Pub Date: Nov. 8th, 1954
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin