Cat Quotes


"How we behave toward cats here below determines our status in heaven." Robert A. Heinlein

"Thousands of years ago, cats were worshipped as gods. Cats have never forgotten this." Anonymous

"A cat sees no good reason why it should obey another animal, even if it does stand on two legs."--Sarah Thompson

"One must love a cat on its own terms."--Paul Gray

"Dogs come when they're called; cats take a message and get back to you later." Mary Bly

"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

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

"You can't own a cat. The best you can do is be partners." Sir Harry Swanson

"Cats are smarter than dogs. You can't get eight cats to pull a sled through snow." - Jeff Valdez

"There are many intelligent species in the universe. They are all owned by cats." - Anonymous

"There is no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast." --Unknown

"Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." ~ Robert A. Heinlein

"What greater gift than the love of a cat?" ~ Charles Dickens

"There is no such thing as 'just a cat'." ~ Robert A. Heinlein

"One cat just leads to another." ~ Ernest Hemingway

"Cats, like butterflies, need no excuse." ~ Robert A. Heinlein

"Cats have enormous patience with the limitations of the human mind. They realize...that we have an infuriating inability to understand, let alone follow, even the simplest and most explicit of directions." ~ Cleveland Amory

"It's really the cat's house--we just pay the mortgage." ~ Unknown

"If you yell at a cat, you're the one who is making a fool of yourself." ~ Unknown

"Your cat may never have to hunt farther than the kitchen counter for its supper nor face a predator more fierce than the vacuum cleaner..." ~ Barbara L. Diamond

"Dogs have owners, cats have staff." - Unknown

"When God made the world, He chose to put animals in it, and decided to give each whatever it wanted. All the animals formed a long line before His throne, and the cat quietly went to the end of the line. To the elephant and the bear He gave strength, to the rabbit and the deer, swiftness; to the owl, the ability to see at night, to the birds and the butterflies, great beauty; to the fox, cunning; to the monkey, intelligence; to the dog, loyalty; to the lion, courage; to the otter, playfulness. And all these were things the animals begged of God. At last he came to the end of the line, and there sat the little cat, waiting patiently. "What will YOU have?" God asked the cat. The cat shrugged modestly. "Oh, whatever scraps you have left over. I don't mind." "But I'm God. I have everything left over." "Then I'll have a little of everything, please." And God gave a great shout of laughter at the cleverness of this small animal, and gave the cat everything she asked for, adding grace and elegance and, only for her, a gentle purr that would always attract humans and assure her a warm and comfortable home. But he took away her false modesty. Lenore Fleischer - The Cat's Pajamas"



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