KING TUT AND HIS FRIENDS by

KING TUT AND HIS FRIENDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pleasantly sentimental story of a dignified, aristocratic (part-Persian) tabby who walked into the authors' New York apartment, adopted them as his masters. Tut accompanied them to California where he developed into a music critic, social lion, conducted daily seminars for his cat and dog friends, fell madly in love with Sally whom he brought home with him. Devoted to Sally, who mothered three kittens, Tut was faithful with only one lapse, died of heartbreak after Sally was killed by an automobile. A charming cat story which includes also anecdotes of famous cats, famous cat-lovers, and excerpts from cat literature,- for the fancier of the feline.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1948
Publisher: Harper