OH NO, CAT! by Janice May Udry

OH NO, CAT!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is mostly a catalog of the mischief perpetrated by a ""sweet little"" foundling cat who makes ""the father"" increasingly angry by chewing furniture, hiding keys, and knocking over everything from a lamp to the Christmas tree. But the rest of the family keeps pleading ""give him another chance"" and at last, because the cat is soft and warm and the others insist that he'll learn to be more careful, that's what the father agrees to do. It's a familiar story and only for the soft and warm of heart, but at least Udry and Chalmers give it a suitably modest tone and format.

Pub Date: Feb. 9th, 1977
Publisher: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan