The Quotable Cat

The cat has been written up in books and poems since times way back.
Also many a famous personage has had a fondness for them
and given us many memorable quotes about them.
Below are some of my favorites.
I hope you enjoy them.

Quotes from people.

A home with out a cat, a well fed much loved cat:
May be the perfect home, but how could it prove it's title?
Mark Twain

No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be enough kittens.
Abraham Lincoln

 I can say with sincerity that I like cats. A cat is an animal
which has more human feelings than almost any other.
Emily Bronte

If man could be crossed with the cat would improve the man
but detoriate the cat.
Mark Twain

A kitten is in the animal world
what a rosebud is in a garden.
Robert Southey

Who can believe there is no soul behind those luminous eyes.
Theophile Gautier.

Cats are mysterious ...There is more passing in there minds
than we are aware.
Sir Walter Scott

The smallest feline is a masterpiece.
Leonardo da Vinci

When I play with my cat, who knows whether she is not
amusing herself with me more than I with her.
Michel de Montaigne

A harmless necessary cat.
William Shakespeare

Proverbs From around the world

(coming soon...)

 Quotes from the ever popular Anonymous

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Snippets from books and Poems

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