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The Tale of Miss Kitty Cat

Arthur Scott Bailey

The rats and the mice thought that Miss Kitty Cat was a terrible person. She was altogether too fond of hunting them. They agreed, however, that in one way it was pleasant to have her about the farmhouse. When she washed her face, while sitting on the doorsteps, they knew—so they said!—that it was going to rain. And then Mrs. Rat never would let her husband leave home without taking his umbrella. As a rule Miss Kitty Cat didn't look at all frightful. Almost always she appeared quite unruffled, going about her business in a quiet way and making no fuss over anything. Of course when old dog Spot chased—and cornered—her, she was quite a different sort of creature. Then she arched her back, puffed her tail out to twice its usual size, and spat fiercely at Spot. He learned not to get within reach of her sharp claws, when she behaved in that fashion. For old Spot had a tender nose. And no one knew it better than Miss Kitty Cat. (Summary by Arthur Scott Bailey)

The rats and the mice thought that Miss Kitty Cat was a terrible person. She was altogether too fond of hunting them. They agreed, however, that in one way it was pleasant to have her about the farmhouse. When she washed her face, while sitting on the doorsteps, they knew—so they said!—that it was going to rain. And then Mrs. Rat never would let her husband leave home without taking his umbrella. As a rule Miss Kitty Cat didn't look at all frightful. Almost always she appeared quite unruffled, going about her business in a quiet way and making no fuss over anything. Of course when old dog Spot chased—and cornered—her, she was quite a different sort of creature. Then she arched her back, puffed her tail out to twice its usual size, and spat fiercely at Spot. He learned not to get within reach of her sharp claws, when she behaved in that fashion. For old Spot had a tender nose. And no one knew it better than Miss Kitty Cat. (Summary by Arthur Scott Bailey)
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Genres:

Fiction

Description:

The rats and the mice thought that Miss Kitty Cat was a terrible person. She was altogether too fond of hunting them. They agreed, however, that in one way it was pleasant to have her about the farmhouse. When she washed her face, while sitting on the doorsteps, they knew—so they said!—that it was going to rain. And then Mrs. Rat never would let her husband leave home without taking his umbrella. As a rule Miss Kitty Cat didn't look at all frightful. Almost always she appeared quite unruffled, going about her business in a quiet way and making no fuss over anything. Of course when old dog Spot chased—and cornered—her, she was quite a different sort of creature. Then she arched her back, puffed her tail out to twice its usual size, and spat fiercely at Spot. He learned not to get within reach of her sharp claws, when she behaved in that fashion. For old Spot had a tender nose. And no one knew it better than Miss Kitty Cat. (Summary by Arthur Scott Bailey)

Language:

English

Narrators:

LibriVox Community

Length:

1h 38m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

03:37


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

03:32


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

04:16


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

04:49


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

04:34


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

03:44


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

03:44


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

04:48


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

03:55


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

05:18


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

04:17


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

03:16


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

03:47


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

04:14


Chapter 15
Chapter 15

03:44


Chapter 16
Chapter 16

04:26


Chapter 17
Chapter 17

04:01


Chapter 18
Chapter 18

04:07


Chapter 19
Chapter 19

03:50


Chapter 20
Chapter 20

04:24


Chapter 21
Chapter 21

03:50


Chapter 22
Chapter 22

03:41


Chapter 23
Chapter 23

03:46


Chapter 24
Chapter 24

04:56