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The Cats of Thistle Hill - A Mostly Peaceable Kingdom
The Cats of Thistle Hill - A Mostly Peaceable Kingdom
Author: Roger A. Caras
"Why thirty or more pets? Because they are alive, and that is what living is all about. If animals didn't get into trouble as often as they do we would probably have fewer of them. Certainly every cat here now except one was given sanctuary. If you are not going to sustain life, what right do you or I have to own land? Land, even small parce...  more »
ISBN: 25575
Pages: 237
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Publisher: Simon & Shuster
Book Type: Paperback
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Roger Caras, president of the ASPCA, and his wife, Jill, bought a farm in Maryland, where they live with about 30 animals, so the book contains a few creatures besides the many cats. All are treated with the best concern for their happiness, and none are ever turned into meat. Plenty of black and white pictures and some sensible advice on keeping animals, though the book is more for entertainment than advice. Be warned: If you are an animal lover, a book like this can make you want to pull up stakes and buy a big property in the country.


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