Diary of A Cat
True Confessions and Lifelong Observations of A Well-adjusted House CatBook - 1995
If cats could talk, here's what they would say -- if they felt like it. Leigh Rutledge (acclaimed by everyone from "Dear Abby" to People magazine as the water who best understands the feline perspective) presents a cat's very own diary that reveals the intimate secrets and private reflections of a neighborhood tom. Day by day through a full year, readers will discover just what a eat is thinking when it stares for hours at a speck on the wall; how it feels about a new kitten in the house; why sleeping -- preferably in a warn, sunny spot -- is such a vital activity; and just what can happen to an unattended Thanksgiving turkey. Along with these playful moments, readers will meet a delightful cast of human characters whose lives are touched by these sleek and special creatures. Diary of a Cat will charm and delight anyone who has ever been enchanted by a feline friend.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, 1995
Branch Call Number: 818 Rutledge
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : map ; 19 cm