The Cat Megapack: 25 Frisky Feline Tales, Old and New

The Cat Megapack: 25 Frisky Feline Tales, Old and New

Mark Twain, H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert E. Howard, Pamela Sargent, Ambrose Bierce, Aesop, Andre Norton, Brothers Gr

Language: English

Pages: 229

ISBN: 2:00215436

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Overview
This volume includes 25 wonderful, wondrous stories and two poems about cats, by major authors old and new. Included are:

INTRODUCTION: …IN THE DARK, by Robert Reginald

SEVEN SAW MURDER, by G. T. Fleming-Roberts

THE CATS, by H. P. Lovecraft (poem)

THE HEMINGWAY KITTENS, by A. R. Morlan

THE CAT AND THE BIRDS, by Aesop

THE BEAST FROM THE ABYSS, by Robert E. Howard

OUT OF PLACE, by Pamela Sargent

THE FOX AND THE CAT, by the Brothers Grimm

THE BLACK CAT, by Edgar Allan Poe

THE CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP, by Andrew Lang

NIPPER…NIP…NIP, by Robert Reginald

TOBERMORY, by Saki (H. H. Munro)

THE CAT, by E. F. Benson

A PSYCHICAL INVASION, by Algernon Blackwood

UNIVERSES, by A. R. Morlan (poem)

THE VAMPIRE CAT OF NABÉSHIMA, by Lord Redesdale

THE WOMAN AND THE CAT, by Marcel Prevost

DICK BAKER’S CAT, by Mark Twain

BEAST OF THE TARN, by John Russell Fearn

MRS. MILLIGAN’S CAT, by Gary Lovisi

A REVOLT OF THE GODS, by Ambrose Bierce

MONTY’S FRIEND, by William Livingston Alden

THE HEADLESS CAT, by Elliott O’Donnell

ALL CATS ARE GRAY, by Andre Norton

THE SLUM CAT, by Ernest Thompson Seton

MY FATHER, THE CAT, by Henry Slesar

THE BALLET OF THE CATS, by Sydney J. Bounds

LETTERS FROM A CAT, by Helen Hunt Jackson

On the Road: The Original Scroll (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

Day Out of Days: Stories

The Federalist Papers

Il richiamo della foresta

By the Light of My Father's Smile

Self-Reliance and Other Essays

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

took a final nip at that one little bush that had been an attractive spot in the garden, and boldly took her back track of the spring. How could she take a back track that she never saw? There is in all animals some sense of direction. It is very low in man and very high in Horses, but Cats have a large gift, and this mysterious guide took her westward, not clearly and definitely, but with a general impulse that was made definite simply because the road was easy to travel. In an hour she had

of yore, to receive their due. There are Cats black, white, yellow, and gray to be remembered, and, above all, there are owners to be remembered. As the barrow rounds the corner near the new building it makes a newly scheduled stop. “Hyar, you, get out o’ the road, you common trash,” cries the liver-man, and he waves his wand to make way for the little gray Cat with blue eyes and white nose. She receives an unusually large portion, for Sam is wisely dividing the returns evenly; and Slum Kitty

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the moment when I entered the house. I had observed that the windows next to mine were covered only by long lace curtains; and as the two balconies were connected, my neighbor, whether man or woman, had no doubt a wish to prevent any indiscreet inquisitiveness on my part, and therefore had always put out the light on hearing me come in. To verify this supposition, I tried a very simple experiment, which succeeded perfectly. I had a cold supper brought in one day about noon by my servant, and that

the cat. The man put his arms around the animal, and hugging him closely, kissed his head. The cat purred louder than ever, and presently laying his head against Monty’s cheek, he drew a long breath and sank into a peaceful slumber. Monty was himself again. He was no longer alone. Tom, the cat, had come to him in the hour of his agony and had brought the solace of a love that did not heed his ugliness. Henceforth, he would never be wholly alone, no matter how strictly the men might enforce their

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