Tuesday, 26 February 2013
The Bear: Less Original Than He Thought
When (see above) The Bear stood on the manuscript of Talk To The Tail. in 2010, only hours after I'd completed my final edit on it, maybe he was making a statement. Admittedly, he does not dominate the narrative in quite in the same way as he did in Under The Paw. Whatever the case, his protest was not as revolutionary as he probably thought. I don't know what the cat who stood on the 15th Century book pictured above was making a stand against, but he clearly had some strong feelings to express. Here's an interesting blog about medieval cats trampling on - and doing far worse things to - books.
Labels: cat paw prints, cat wee, cats, funny cats, medieval books
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