DAVID AND THE WHITE CAT by Marie McPhedran

DAVID AND THE WHITE CAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For children fond of cats, these adventures of an independent white cat will be sure to please. The White Cat stays out in the rain, has to be removed from the tree by the fireman, steals a fish, breaks some prize peony plants and runs away. All through these mishaps David is the friend, aider and abetter and even beloved tormenter of the White Cat. Although the story may be too leisurely for some, the cat-astrophes are real and believable and there is a gay, understanding relationship between David and his pet.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1950
Publisher: Aladdin