FOUR CATS MAKE ONE PRIDE by Elizabeth Kytle

FOUR CATS MAKE ONE PRIDE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

On the ever-lengthening shelf of cat books, Elizabeth Kytle's emerges as a winning tribute to her own four in particular and, by extension, to cats in general, Gaylord is the lap cat, Grayling the family beauty, Trilby pansy-faced and companionable, and Alan ""sometimey."" As seen here in numerous photographs, they leap and swat and curl up in too-small places, enjoy liver night and the tinsel confusion of Christmas. Kytle characterizes each with enthusiasm and originality (Trilby has ""the demure look of a nineteenth century novel's heroine--a young person of impressive personal excellence but of no means"") and adds a firm statement on humane breeding and care policies. Another jubilant meow mix for Cat People.

Pub Date: Oct. 11th, 1978
Publisher: Seven Locks Press (P.O. Box 72, Cabin John, Md. 20731)