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Description Poor Ellie is horrified when Tuffy drags a dead bird into the house. Then a mouse. But Tuffy can't understand what all the fuss is about. Who on earth will be the next victim to arrive through the cat... more

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Description This is the story of a small girl named Jessy who wants a cat as a pet but whose parents do not encourage her as they are not fond of cats. Jessy makes herself a cat-suit and behaves like a real cat u... more

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“Real cats”

published 12/07/2015

AdvantagesSome very accurate observations

DisadvantagesIt's a little bit too much "cat lover" for me

...The Unadulterated Cat On my quest to re-read all of the Terry Pratchett books I own, I took a small break from being immersed in the Discworld series to read ?The Unadulterated Cat?. Sir Terry was a cat lover and owner, and when he passed away earlier this year his family released a statement that he went peacefully surrounded by his family and with the cat at the bottom of the bed...

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“Catch the Cat”

published 01/12/2013

AdvantagesFabulous songs with layers of meaning

DisadvantagesA couple of duds.

...Here Kitty Kitty Cat Stevens was an English singer-songwriter who achieved what was for him a sometimes uncomfortable level of fame in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was born in London in 1948 to a Greek Cypriot father and a Swedish mother and was christened Steven Demetre Georgiou. He adopted the professional name of Cat Stevens because he was a ?cool cat?, because the British love...

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“The Stray Cat Rocks”

published 14/04/2015

AdvantagesMeiko Kaji! Fun, sometimes gritty, sometimes laid back early seventies Japanese delinquent girls!

DisadvantagesOccasionally poor acting; too many laughing villains

...?Dogs obey masters; I?m a stray cat? Surely that should be ?stray neko? being that this is a set of five Japanese films; also that quote is from a totally different film, though yes, also one where the main characters are women, but? anyway enough of that. The film distributor Arrow has recently released a number of films starring Meiko Kaji, from the early 1970s. One of their releases, only...

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