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The New York Times > Books > Sunday Book Review > As Cats Can

A New York Times review of two books about cats:


Gobble, Gobble, Slip, Slop by Meilo Slo


Hepcat by William Bramhall

STORYTELLERS have given human speech to hundreds of animal species (including some extinct ones), making heroes and heroines of rabbits, pigs, monkeys, bears, badgers, elephants, aardvarks and mice, to name just a small zooful. Two stories featuring cats, those most domesticated of animals, take to extremes such particular human foibles as insatiable hunger and stage fright. These cats behave ridiculously, but there's something familiar about their actions.

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