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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-30-2011, 07:11 AM Thread Starter
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Cats in fiction

Razzle asked about non-fiction books about cats.

I thought it would be fun to see what you're reading in cat fiction.

My current favorite is "We Are The Cat: Life Through The Eyes of
the Royal Feline" by Terry Bain.

Anyone reading books in the series "The Cat Who..." by Lilian
Jackson Brown?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-30-2011, 09:14 PM
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I have not tried any cat fiction yet. I tend towards short true story anthologies. However, with two freshly adopted cats, I have a case of cats on the brain! Now would be a great time to read some cat fiction. I often read science fiction. My recently deceased cat, Frankenstein, was named after a cat in a sci-fi book, "Red Dwarf" by Grant Naylor (I think).
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I have not tried any cat fiction yet. I tend towards short true story anthologies. However, with two freshly adopted cats, I have a case of cats on the brain! Now would be a great time to read some cat fiction. I often read science fiction. My recently deceased cat, Frankenstein, was named after a cat in a sci-fi book, "Red Dwarf" by Grant Naylor (I think).
The original "Frankenstein" is by Mary Shelley. It's very early science fiction.
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The original "Frankenstein" is by Mary Shelley. It's very early science fiction.
I think he's referring to the the character "the cat" in Grant Naylor's book, Red Dwarf. The cat had no name but he was the humanoid descendant of a modern house cat called Frankenstein
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