HOW TO LIVE WITH A CALCULATING CAT by Eric Gurney

HOW TO LIVE WITH A CALCULATING CAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For a quick, quizzical brush up on feline foibles here, from one observer's strong feelings, is a survey of the reasons why a cat is always in control, not only of situations but of humans. From her early days to the present, when she is a ""spoiled rotten, supersophisticated, free soul"", this suggests how the cat thinks, what occupies her mind, how she tastes in food and methods of grooming, what the differences are in her attitudes towards other animals - dog in particular, and what all the other quirks of her personality may be.

Pub Date: Sept. 24th, 1962
Publisher: Prentice-Hall