Cat Quotes Page 2

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Cat Quotes Page 2“Cat people are different, to the extent that they generally are not conformists. How can they be, with a cat running their lives?” Dr. Louis J. Camuti

“Quite obviously a cat trusts human beings, but she doesn’t trust another cat because she knows better than we do.” Karel Capek, Czech writer

“Cats can be cooperative when something feels good, which, to a cat is the way everything is supposed to feel as much of the time as possible.” Roger A. Caras

“Cats virtually always underestimate human intelligence just as we, perhaps, underestimate theirs.” Roger A. Caras

 “Cats don’t like change without their consent” Roger A. Caras

“Cats always know whether people like or dislike them. They do not always care enough to do anything about it.” Winifred Carriere

”Those who’ll play with cats must expect to be scratched.” Miguel de Cervantes

“A kitten is the delight of a household. All day long a comedy is played by this incomparable actor.” Jules Champfleury, French novelist

“They smell and they snarl and they scratch, they have a singular aptitude for shredding rugs, drapes, and upholstery, they’re sneaky, selfish, and not particularly smart, they are disloyal, condescending, and totally useless in any rodent-free environment.” Jean-Michel Chapereau

“Two things are aesthetically perfect in the world – the clock and the cat.” Emile-August Chartier, French philosopher

“Odd things animals. All dogs look up to you. All cats look down on you. Only a pig looks at you as an equal.” Winston Churchill

“Even the stupidest cat seems to know more than any dog.” Eleanor Clark, American writer

 “I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul.” Jean Cocteau

Colette“By associating with a cat, one only risks becoming richer.” Colette

 “A cat’s heart is normally excited”. Colette

 “There are no ordinary cats.” Colette

 “A cat is a guest and not a plaything.” Colette

“My cat does not talk as respectfully to me as I do to her.” Colette

“A cat that lives with a good family is used to being talked to all the time.” Lettice Cooper  

“For unlike a dog that will scare up a flock of birds and then rush away, a cat, even in bitter weather, will wait patiently for hours hoping to make a kill.” Thalassa Cruso

“If cats do something, we call it instinct; if we do the same thing, for some reason, we call it intelligence.” Will Cuppy, American writer


“The cat has always been associated with the moon. Like the moon it comes to life at night, escaping from humanity and wandering over housetops with its eyes beaming out through the darkness.” Patricia Dale-Green, author of “Cult of the cat”.

“To respect the cat is the beginning of the aesthetic sense.” Erasmus Darwin

“The great charm of cats is their rampant egotism, their devil-may-care attitude toward responsibility, their disinclination to earn an honest dollar.” Robertson Davies, Canadian novelist

“Way down deep, we are all motivated by the same urges. Cats have the courage to live by them.” Jim Davis, creator of the comic strip Garfield.

“One reason Garfield is interesting for cat lovers is that he confirms what they’ve always suspected about cats. In Garfield they see his human aspects – his refusal to diet, his inability to walk through a room without knocking things over, and his total pursuit of warm places to curl up and sleep. He champions a lot of unpopular causes, like ant-jogging, and what’s more he doesn’t apologize for them.” Jim Davis

“A cat with kittens nearly always decides sooner or later to move them.” Sidney Denham

“Cats do not go for a walk to get somewhere but to explore.” Sidney Denham

 “Cats are absolute individuals, with their own ideas about everything, including the people they own.” John Dingham

“Some people say that cats are sneaky, evil and cruel. True and they have many other fine qualities as well.” Missy Dizick

“The cat is truly aristocratic in type and origin.” Alexandre Dumas

 “No amount of time can erase the memory of a good cat, and no amount of masking tape can ever totally remove his fur from your couch.” Leo Dworken, author

“Feline communicators divide naturally into two groups: acrobatic types who hang on the screen door when they want to come in, and the verbalizers who use yowling as a calling card.” Leo Dworken

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