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The Secret Life of Pets & Animals

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(sample quotations from the book)

When a man’s best friend is his dog, that dog has a problem. — Edward Abbey

Do you see opportunities when others don't. Go on. Be a Tiger. — Accenture magazine advertisement

Never play cat-and-mouse games if you’re a mouse. — Don Addis

Until lions have their historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunters. — African proverb

I named my kitten Rose—fur soft as a petal, claws sharper than thorns. — Astrid Alauda

A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song. — Maya Angelou, poet

I want to make literature once again the domain of manly men, who hunt animals and have lots of sex with women. — Martin Beckerman, gonzo journalist

The cat is above all things, a dramatist. — Margaret Benson

The human imagination has great difficulty in living strictly within the confines of a materialist practice or philosophy. It dreams, like a dog in its basket, of hares in the open. — John Berger

As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat. — Ellen Perry Berkeley

A forest bird never wants a cage. — Henrik Ibsen, playwright

Trout fishing is against the law if you are sitting on a giraffe's back. — Idaho State Law

Keep five yards from a carriage, ten yards from a horse, and a hundred yards from an elephant; but the distance one should keep from a wicked man cannot be measured. — Indian proverb

If you want a kitten, start out by asking for a horse. — Naomi, age 15, Kid's Instructions for Smart Living

The trouble with a kitten is that ...
Eventually ... It becomes a cat!
— Ogden Nash, poet and humorist

It's better to feed one cat than many mice. — Norwegian proverb

If you give a mouse a cookie, he's going to ask for a glass of milk. — Laura Joffe Numeroff, author, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

Did St. Francis really preach to the birds? Whatever for? If he really liked birds he would have done better to preach to the cats. — Rebecca West, novelist

The higher the monkey climbs, the more you can see his butt. — West Indian proverb

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