This is an account of life in Doreen Tovey's household which is dominated by Siamese cats. This book tells of the new additions to her household, her "batty" ways and her thoughts on the intelligence of cats.
This is an account of life in the author's household which is dominated by Siamese cats. Tovey believes the longer one keeps Siamese cats the battier one gets. After the death of her husband, Doreen Tovey's West Country cottage seemed empty, with only herself and Saska, and so she bought Shantung. Following Saska's untimely death she aquired Saphra, who provides evidence to support Tovey's theory that cats are becoming more intelligent, no matter how many crazy things they do.
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