A feather kitty's talent lies In scratching out the other's eyes. A feather kitty never dies Oh immortality.
The clever cat eats cheese and breathes down rat holes with baited breath.
Cats sleep Anywhere, Any table, Any chair, Top of piano, Window-ledge, In the midle, On the edge, Open drawer, Empty shoe, Anybody's Lap will do, Fitted in a Cardboard box, In the cupboard With your frocks- Anywhere! They don't care! Cats sleep Anywhere
When a Cat adopts you there is nothing to be done about it except to put up with it until the wind changes.
Before a cat will condescend To treat you as a trusted friend, Some little token of esteem Is needed, like a dish of cream.
Cat-lovers will no doubt point out that the elegance and dignity of cats are the consequence of their sojourn in the temples of the gods, where their attitudes and movements were regarded as divine prognostications. Be that as it may, it is obvious that the cat's wealth of expressions make it an ideal candidate for such a role. Unlike the dog, which either wags its tail or does not wag its tail, the cat possesses a wide range of means to convey its emotions: It arches its back, makes its fur stand on end, meows, rubs itself against furniture and against humans, purrs, lashes its tail, spits, and hisses. The priests of Bacht, therefore, had ample material for interpretation.
A Poet's Cat, sedate and grave As poet well could wish to have, Was much addicted to inquire For nooks to which she might retire, And where, secure as mouse in chink, She might repose, or sit and think.
The cat does not offer services. The cat offers itself. Of course he wants care and shelter. You don't buy love for nothing.
Like all pure creatures, cats are practical.
A cat's rage is beautiful, burning with pure cat flame, all its hair standing up and crackling blue sparks, eyes blazing and sputtering.
A cat isn't fussy - just so long as you remember he likes his milk in the shallow, rose-patterned saucer and his fish on the blue plate. From which he will take it, and eat it off the floor.
The real measure of a day's heat is the length of a sleeping cat.
Dogs come when they're called; cats take a message and get back to you.
Cat: a soft indestructible automaton provided by nature to be kicked when things go wrong in the domestic circle.
Drowsing, they take the noble attitude of a great sphinx, who, in a desert land, sleeps always, dreaming dreams that have no end.
Most beds sleep up to six cats. Ten cats without the owner.
Kittens are born with their eyes shut. They open them in about six days, take a look around, then close them again for the better part of their lives.
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