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If kitties wrote the classics, great lit re-imagined from a feline-eye view

I stumbled on this fabulous collection of "kitty classics" this morning on Buzz Feed- in a cyber wandering not unlike stepping on a morning hairball in your barefeet on the way to the kitchen.

If kitties wrote the classics, great lit re-imagined from a feline-eye view

 

I stumbled on this fabulous collection of "kitty classics" this morning on Buzz Feed- in a cyber wandering not unlike stepping on a morning hairball in your barefeet on the way to the kitchen.

These are wonderfully imagined classic works of literature with feline-focused plots, such as The Cat of Monte Cristo:

After being framed for peeing on the bedroom carpet by the dog and exiled into the super-cold-tile-floor laundry room by cruel Dad, the Cat of Monte Cristo embarks on an elaborate plot of revenge, revealing Dad's online pornography habit and the dog's sordid defacement of family heirlooms all during a family reunion.

 

Amy Worden Inquirer Staff Writer
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