Weekly World News

Real men don't like cats. They like dogs. And it makes me pig-biting mad when
somebody like Pat Meehan, adoption director for the Humane Society of New
York, ... My dog can sit, roll over, play dead, beg and say "Da-Da," for crying out
loud.

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The Christian Union

How many little eyes have Canaries are like flowers , they do not thrive unless
there was a disgraceful riot in the High School , and ... and periodicals that line
sent him out of the Ark and he did not come back can not say to you , and it is
delightful to watch their bis shelves . ... However , it is a most diverting bird , and
capable of an own part I like cats ; I discover in them a variety of But there is no
compound ...

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The New Monthly Magazine

to that sage - looking fowl , will be his approximation to Lord Chancellor
Thurlow's success of whom , for the infinite abysm of ... curs ; and the spitfire
passionate are a sort of wild - cats , that will not bear stroking , but will purr when
they are pleased . ... work to do in this age just as they had in the old ones ; and if
you do not like that explanation , all I can say is , I can sympathise with you and
with him too .

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The Christian world magazine and family visitor

What are you going to do at Thacker ' s End ? " . ... Though I dare say he would
give you leave . ... I cried , in sudden horror ; “ don ' t hurt a cat : I like cats ; I ' ve
got a kitten of my own , and I ' ve Polly ' s cat , the mother of it , to take care of
while ...

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Riverside Primer and Reader

One bright morning , as I was going jump , jump around a big tree , looking for
water to drink , I saw a cat , a white cat , sitting under the tree . Now I do not like
cats . I have been told they eat rats . I am not a rat , I am glad to say . But if they
eat ...

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Household Medicine and Sick room Guide

No one can more highly esteem the talents , character , and heroic benevolence
of this estimable lady than the writer of this note . ... Even the faults of her work “
lean to virtue ' s side , " and nothing we can say of them should be deemed a
disparagement . ... It has this marginal heading : “ Diseases are not individuals
arranged in classes , like cats and dogs , but conditions growing out of one
another .

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Early English Poetry Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages

I may be awrie , I see well : I will not be obstinate if the word of God shew me
mine errour . Let us even friendly conferre of the matter . Be not offended with me
, and for my part I will speake all that I know or thinke . ... I like this well : though I
can say but litle , I will sit and heare you . ... some in one likenesse , and some in
another , as like cats , weasils , toades , or me , do mise , whom they nourish with
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Harper s Young People

I can say all as the passers - by would think she must be a very of “ The Cat , the
Parrot , and the Monkey . ... I like " The Story of a Parrot , ” too , but it saw dogs ,
cats , rabbits , and all sorts of animals . would have been better if some one had ...

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The Myrtle

Homely ! how can that be ! he has charming | At these words , Monmouth , who
had been eyes , and if he were ever so homely ... They now went to give the cat a
bath , which Monmouth looked at his mistress as much as he bore very well ,
though he had a great dread to say , “ You at ... This pleased “ My sister is unjust
also ; cats might love her , the countess very much and she named her cat if she
would ...

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Records of Later Life

ation felt almost ready to seize upon it , the thought , not of what I may have to
suffer , but what I must have to do , i.e. the work left undone here , checks the rash
wish and ... I dare say women are , as you say , like cats in a great many respects
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Includes mention of her trip to Charleston in 1838.

Our Cats and All about Them

Then there were cats , and cats and kittens , made of silk , for selling at fancy fairs
, not much like cats , but for the purposes good . ... But then there are , and there
ever will be , those that are always craving , thirsting , longing , shall I say mad ?

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Cats and People

At night they are shut up , although no cat stays in by night of choice . Now and
then we give them pills , which no cat likes . So it is absurd to say , as people are
constantly saying , that we do not own them , that “ nobody owns a cat . " That is ...

Cats and People

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Includes a history of cats and traces man's changing attitude toward them; discusses the value of cats as mousetraps from every facet including that of the mouse; includes a resume of experiments designed to test cats' intelligence, and relates a great deal about the Lockridges' own cats.

The Welcome Guest

ABOUT CATS . personal use , and that intended for my own THERE is a mystery
about cats which puzzles a personal use . Not knowing the ... From past
experience , held in god - like respect . ... to understand that a bottle must not say
much in the case of any brute ani can hold anything but chloroform . If I uncork a
mal .

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Outing

It was some time before I could reason it Who am I ? ” out . My conclusion is ...
Now sometimes in the greatest con- that it's one's moral duty to like cats . ”
fidence I ... I will it out to the world that he likes cats the say it for you : least of all
animals .

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A Selection of Latin Stories

I like this well : though I can say but litle , I will sit and heare you . ... foure , or five ,
some in one likenesse , and some in another , as like cats , weasils , toades , or
mise , whom they nourish with milke or with a 18 A DIALOGUE CONCERNING.

A Selection of Latin Stories

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A Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts In which is layed open how craftily the Divell deceiveth not onely the Witches but many other etc B L

Sam , I like this well though I can say but litle , I will dit and heare you . ... three ,
foure , oz fiue , come in one likenelle , and some in another , as like cats , wealils
, toades , oj mise , whom they nourich with milke , o2 with a chicken , o2 by letting
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A Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts  In which is layed open how craftily the Divell deceiveth not onely the Witches  but many other etc  B L

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To Each His Own

I ' m like me . I like women , yes , I like men , yes . Who do I prefer the most , I
would say women , but it has a lot to do with ... I guess you can say it ' s like cats
and dogs . ... Wherein cats are frisky yet sophisticated , they play and pounce
lightly .

To Each His Own

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Outing

It was some time before I could reason it Who am I ? ” out . My conclusion is ...
Now sometimes in the greatest con- that it's one's moral duty to like cats . ”
fidence I ... I will it out to the world that he likes cats the say it for you : least of all
animals .

Outing

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