The Personality of the Cat
3 journalers for this copy...
Received from my mother in Illinois.
Registered in Centreville, Virginia, USA.
Journal Entry 2
Taneytown, Maryland USA on Sunday, November 06, 2011
I pounced on this book at Birdie's today. This is a perfect addition to my upcoming Cat Stories bookbox. I think I'll even have to read this one before it goes out. Thanks again, Melydia. I enjoyed seeing you again today.
Journal Entry 3
Taneytown, Maryland USA on Sunday, March 11, 2012
I finally finished reading this, and will be sending it out soon in my Cat Stories bookbox. This is an anthology of short stories and poems, with each one being designated as an example of an aspect of cat's personalities, such as The Maternal Cat (Jennie's Lessons to Peter on How to Behave Like a Cat by Paul Gallico), The Criminal Cat (Macavity, The Mystery Cat by T. S. Eliot), and The Clever Cat (Puss in Boots by Charles Perrault). I wish more of these were by authors I was familiar with, but there was a wide variety, along with lovely black and white drawings.
Thanks for sharing, Melydia. Hope the next reader enjoys this!
Journal Entry 4
MaryZee's Cat Stories bookbox, A Bookbox -- Controlled Releases on Sunday, March 25, 2012
Released 9 yrs ago (3/24/2012 UTC) at MaryZee's Cat Stories bookbox, A Bookbox -- Controlled Releases
CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:
Mailed out in my Cat Stories bookbox. Enjoy!
Journal Entry 5
Nashua, New Hampshire USA on Friday, March 30, 2012
I'm claiming this book from the Cat Stories bookbox
; while some of the entries here are familiar, others are new to me!
Later: Very enjoyable collection, with everything from poetry to pictures of historical artifacts. Among my favorite bits: the excerpts from Gallico's The Abandoned
, in which Jennie teaches boy-turned-cat Peter how to BE a cat; Murray Robinson's "Danger - Crazy Cats" article, which opens with a warning against taking home any cute little stray kittens and almost immediately shifts to encouragement to do just that; and Q. Patrick's "The Fat Cat", in which a cat saves (by accident, but still...) the marine who cared for it.
And the classics, like "Archie and Mehitabel" and "The Cat That Walked By Himself", and the Walter Chandoha cat-photos, and "Tobermory" - all in all a very rich collection!
Journal Entry 6
Post Office, 38 Spring St. in Nashua, New Hampshire USA on Saturday, May 05, 2012
Released 9 yrs ago (5/5/2012 UTC) at Post Office, 38 Spring St. in Nashua, New Hampshire USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
I plan to leave this book on a window-ledge in the post office lobby at around 10:45 or so; hope the finder enjoys it! [I've tucked in a newspaper item about this weekend's Kitty Angels
benefit at Treasures Antiques in Amherst, which I plan to visit myself...]