THE LUCKY CAT by Frances and Richard Lockridge

THE LUCKY CAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A sequel to these two cat-o-philes' delightfully meticulous and revealing The Proud Cat (1951; p. 482) describes the adventures of Siamese Flutters, after she gets out of the Burns' apartment and is temporarily lost. A careful and quietly humorous narrative follows Flutters' trials with dogs, other cats, feelings about humans, traffic, takes her to her sanctuary in the apartment of a poor boy Tim,- and in loving detail increases cat-human understanding. For a reward after Tim's father sees the newspaper ad about Flutters. Patty and Howdy take Tim to their aunt's where he is given one of the lovably dignified Diana's kittens.

Pub Date: Feb. 18th, 1953
Publisher: Lippincott