The Fur Person
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Rating: 5

A lighthearted tale

posted 5 years ago

A very short book (105 pages long) written from the point of view of a cat (the Fur Person). Throughout the book are the cat's Ten Commandments (all very believable if you know cats.) Traces the cat's life through abandonment as a kitten through his life on the street as a "Gentleman Cat" until he decides he must find a housekeeper to care for him, and as a surprise to him he finds love and contentment. Touching at times and also quite funny. The 'talking' and even pre-fight posturing cats do the author characterizes as 'songs' and poems the cat sings--an amusing take on it. The cat yoga is also classic. A light, fun book.

Pros: A very cute story written by someone who obviously knows cats

Cons: Written in 1957, it sounds a little 'old-fashioned'

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