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About meFavorite song: "What's New Pussycat"
Favorite food: Depends on the day. Make that the moment.
Favorite place: Indoors. No, outdoors. No, indoors. No...
Secret vice: I like dogs.
Hobbies: Fishing, hunting small game, napping, making sand art in Zen gardens, and singing by moonlight.

About my libraryMy favorite book is "Please Do Feed the Cat," by Marian Babson. Isn't that a lovely title?

GroupsCats, books, life is good., Mensans of LibraryThing, Unwritten Rules

Real nameYou couldn't pronounce it.

LocationLibrary Thing

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Member sinceJun 15, 2007

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Hi, Catalog

Thought you might like to look at Henry Beard's books "French for Cats" and "Advanced French for Exceptional Cats." Enjoy!

http://www.librarything.com/work/136364
http://www.librarything.com/work/112444
Dear Catalog -

I am sure you would enjoy the works of the late B.Kliban. LT users have listed 20 of his books. Mr. Kliban is also the composer of that famous song "Love to Eat Them Mousies". His website lives on here.
hello there, kitty-put -
Here's a couple of titles you might like:
Gallico's Thomasina: The Cat Who Thought She Was God
and
The Silent Miaow: A Manual for Kittens, Strays, and Homeless Cats
Glad you like the group. Here, have some catnip!
I hope you had a lovely Fourth. (Watching the fireworks on TV is probably preferable to in person - the noise, the sulpher, etc.) KittyMonster enjoyed your visit and browsing your collection. Her attachment to books is primarily in the gnawing on them, but she does enjoy having me read aloud from something enlightening - The Fur Person, or perhaps Meditations for Cats Who Do Too Much.

Drop by again. You're always welcome.
Howdy Catalog! It's nice to see you've set up your own place here. I saw you're a fan of Rita Mae Brown's, and thought I might recommend an author of the same genre, Shirley Rousseau Murphy. She writes mysteries starring cats as well, except in her books, the cats can speak to and be understood by humans. Yep. Cats who can tell their "owners" when to step off! What's not to love? >^..^
Why, Hello, Kitty :)

I adore your library - you've been a very busy little feline. Prince Charming was also much impressed. I'm afraid his catalog is quite lacking but we are working to correct that. I'm so glad you enjoyed your visit with us and your kitty treats. Charming asks about you often and sends his regards. Lady Samantha says hello as well. Hope all is good in your world. Please come visit us again anytime.

Blessings,
Kaya
Why meow to you to! :)
You are more than welcome, i thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was a good, comical and witty, read. More than happy to recommend.
Ciao.
Meow again, Catalog!

I'm sure that anyone who has ~read~ How to Massage a Cat knows the theory behind satisfactory cat massage techniques. That is the case with me. I know the theory, however, I have had absolutely no practical experience in the application of said techniques. I also understand that practicing on a dog will not give one the... synaptic learning (shall we say) that could transfer successfully to cat massaging. Dogs tend to have leg spasms when massaged, I'm told. Cats, of course, would never lower themselves to spasms.

In short, I am not aware of anyone who does cat massages on a regular basis, so I am at a loss to recommend anyone. Perhaps you know another cat who may be able to assist you.

Your friend,
WholeHouseLibrary
Well, meow there, Catalog!

Your name came as an inspiration to me, and I'm glad that you find it agreeable.

I looked at your collection of books, and am somewhat surprised that you don't have a copy Alice Brock's (yeah, Arlo's Alice) tome of feline pleasure, How to Massage a Cat. I recommend it highly, and believe you would find it very comforting. I also think you would enjoy Puss in Boots when you're in the mood for something a little more frisky.

Your friend,
WholeHouseLibrary
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