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Cat Quotes

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  • A cat is there when you call her - if she doesn't have something better to do.- Bill Adler

  • Since each of us is blessed with only one life, why not live it with a cat?- Robert Stearns

  • A cat can purr its way out of anything.- Donna McCrohan

  • My cat does not talk as respectfully to me as I do to her.- Colette

  • It is in their eyes that their magic resides.- Arthur Symons

  • Dogs come when they're called; cats take a message and get back to you.- Mary Bly

  • A meow massages the heart.- Stuart McMillan

  • The little furry buggers are just deep, deep wells you throw all your emotions into. - Bruce Schimmel

  • A cat is a puzzle for which there is no solution.- Hazel Nicholson

  • Meow is like aloha - it can mean anything.- Hank Ketchum

  • A dog is a dog, a bird is a bird, and a cat is a person.- Mugsy Peabody

  • Some cats is blind, And stone-deaf some, But ain't no cat Wuz ever dumb.- Anthony Euwer

  • "The cat has been described as the most perfect animal, the acme of muscular perfection and the supreme example in the animal kingdom of the coordination of mind and muscle."- Roseanne Ambrose Brown

  • "Poets generally love cats--because poets have no delusions about their own superiority."- Marion Garretty

  • "Everything a cat is and does physically is to me beautiful, lovely, stimulating, soothing, attractive and an enchantment."- Paul Gallico, from "An Honourable Cat"

  • "I think one reason we admire cats, those of us who do, is their proficience in one-upmanship. They always seem to come out on top, no matter what they are doing--or pretend to do. Rarely do you see a cat discomfited. They have no conscience, and they never regret. Maybe we secretly envy them."- Barbara Webster, from "Creatures and Contentments"

  • "Most cats, when they are Out want to be In, and vice versa, and often simultaneously."- Dr. Louis J. Camuti

  • "Any cat who misses a mouse pretends it was aiming for the dead leaf."- Charlotte Gray

  • "If your cat falls out of a tree, go indoors to laugh."- Patricia Hitchcock

  • French novelist Colette was a firm cat-lover. When she was in the U.S. she saw a cat sitting in the street. She went over to talk to it and the two of them mewed at each other for a friendly minute. Colette turned to her companion and exclaimed, "Enfin! Quelqu'un qui parle francais." (At last! Someone who speaks French!) - Anonymous

  • "A cat isn't fussy--just so long as you remember he likes his milk in the shallow, rose-patterned saucer and his fish on the blue plate. From which he will take it, and eat it off the floor."- Arthur Bridges

  • "It is a very inconvenient habit of kittens (Alice had once made the remark) that whatever you say to them, they /always/ purr."- Lewis Carroll

  • "One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home."- Pam Brown

  • "To some blind souls all cats are much alike. To a cat lover every cat from the beginning of time has been utterly and amazingly unique."- Jenny de Vries

  • "There are people who reshape the world by force or argument, but the cat just lies there, dozing, and the world quietly reshapes itself to suit his comfort and convenience."- Allen and Ivy Dodd

  • "Places to look: behind the books in the bookshelf, any cupboard with a gap too small for any cat to squeeze through, the top of anything sheer, under anything too low for a cat to squash under and inside the piano."- Roseanne Ambrose-Brown

  • "A cat can maintain a position of curled up somnolence on your knee until you are nearly upright. To the last minute she hopes your conscience will get the better of you and you will settle down again."- Pam Brown

  • "Cats like doors left open--in case they change their minds."- Rosemary Nisbet

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