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  • "Many a cat can only be lured in by switching off all the lights and keeping very still. Until the indignant cry of a cat-locked-out comes at the door."- Pam Brown

  • "The trouble with sharing one's bed with cats is that they'd rather sleep on you than beside you."- Pam Brown

  • "A cat allows you to sleep on the bed. On the edge."- Jenny de Vries

  • "All cats like being the focus of attention."- Peter Gray

  • "When I play with my cat, who knows if I am not a pastime to her more than she is to me?"- Michel E. de Monaigne

  • "People meeting for the first time suddenly relax if they find they both have cats. And plunge into anecdote."- Charlotte Gray

  • "Nobody who is not prepared to spoil cats will get from them the reward they are able to give to those who do spoil them."- Compton MacKenzie

  • "If you shamefully misuse a cat once she will always maintain a dignified reserve toward you afterward. You will never get her full confidence again." - Mark Twain

  • "It's very hard to be polite if you're a cat." - Anonymous

  • "When addressed, a gentleman cat does not move a muscle. He looks as if he hasn't heard." - Mary Sarton

  • "Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." - Robert A. Heinlein

  • "Again I must remind you that a dog's a dog--a cat's a cat." - T. S. Eliot

  • "Who can believe that there is no soul behind those luminous eyes!" - Theophile Gautier

  • "It is in the nature of cats to do a certain amount of unescorted roaming." - Adlai Stevenson

  • "Most cats do not approach humans recklessly. The possibility of concealed weapons, clods or sticks, tend to make them reserved. Homeless cats in particular--with some justification, unfortunately--consider humans their natural enemies. Much ceremony must be observed, and a number of diplomatic feelers put out, before establishing a state of truce." - Lloyd Alexander

  • "The cat of the slums and alleys, starved, outcast, harried, ... still displays the self-reliant watchfulness which man has never taught it to lay aside." - Saki

  • "When I play with my cat, who knows if I am not a pastime to her more than she to me?" - Montaigne

  • "When anyone mistreats it, the cat wants nothing more to do with that person and will remember him or her for a long time. It doesn't believe in the doctrine of turning the other cheek and won't pretend that it does." - Lawrence N. Johnson

  • "A cat is the only domestic animal I know who toilet trains itself and does a damned impressive job of it." - Joseph Epstein

  • "I purr, therefore I am." - Anonymous

  • "Cats are living adornments." - Edwin Lent

  • "What greater gift than the love of a cat?" - Charles Dickens

  • "People that don't like cats haven't met the right one yet." - Deborah A. Edwards, D.V.M.

  • "I called my cat William because no shorter name fits the dignity of his character. Poor old man, he has fits now, so I call him Fitz-William." - Josh Billings

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