The Cat in the Window: And Other Stories of the Cats We Love by Callie Smith GrantPeople love their pets--cats more so than any other (or so the cats would like to think). And if there is anything cat-lovers enjoy almost as much as stroking their beloved feline friends, its reading about cats. In the tradition and style of her previous smash hits, Callie Smith Grant brings readers a brand-new collection of uplifting stories about the amazing creatures that warm our hearts--and our laps! With stories from Melody Carlson, Jill Eileen Smith, Robert Benson, Kathi Lipp, and many others, The Cat in the Window offers the perfect excuse to curl up on the couch with a furry friend.
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A Story About My Cat .
The following cat stories have been submitted by the many cat lovers who visit this site every day. Some of the stories are happy and some are sad, but all have been told from the heart. I know many of my visitors love to read stories about cats and also many like to write their own stories. So I thought why not have a page where you can do both. Please use the form below if you would like to submit your own original story about a cat or even if you just want to tell us your own cats story. I love to hear about all of your cats and their lives and exploits.
I am a cat. I am a cat who loves stories. My typist, Mrs. My favorite words are cat, fat, sat, hat, mat and dog. Hodges told me she needed story ideas from a cat. So I am helping her.
Once upon a time there was a cat. Her name was Pussy. She used to live in a small, beautiful house in a village. It was summer and the sun was shining brightly in the sky. She came out of her house and took out her red-colored car. She started driving towards the beach.
One day a good friend of mine calls me and asks me if i wanted a kitten. I quickly jumped the gun and said yes. When i went to pick up the cat he was so small.
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"The Black Cat" Edgar Allan Poe classic horror audio book ? Chilling Tales for Dark Nights
My cat, like all cats, was an awesome cat. I could regale you all for hours with silly little stories about how he'd play with his toys, how he'd do wonderful cat-things like knocking items off tables, lounging on important papers, and sleeping upwards of 37 hours a day - all while looking regal, majestic, and fully in charge of the household. I could inundate you with gigs of pictures of my cat as well - thousands of images, in most of which he looks perturbed or upset for some reason, but also many where he's far more adorable than any human babies I've seen. I could do all that, but I won't. Instead, I want to share why my cat was special to me. I know it's not as thrilling as the above, but I promise it will be worthwhile in the end. You see, I am a lottery-winner in the game of life, because my cat was Hank for Senate.
An unstable narrator tells of how alcoholism and an increasing short temper led him to harm his pet black cat — with devastating results for everyone not least the cat. To say any more than this would be to risk mentioning spoilers…. Imagine being trapped in a cage with a giant jaguar, which you know is going to start taking a ravenous interest in you sooner or later. This is the setup for this nail-biting story by the master storyteller and creator of Sherlock Holmes. Few short story writers have written so well about children and animals, but Hector Hugh Munro , better known as Saki, could write about both. Beware, though: cat-lovers may not like the ending.