The Tiger In The House

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Kessinger Publishing, Oct 1, 2004 - Nature - 444 pages
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Review: The Tiger in the House: A Cultural History of the Cat

User Review  - Keena - Goodreads

Not really sure how I feel about this one. It was pretty amusing at times, but there was a LOT in french which I was unable to read. And there was one strange out of place racist sentence that was ... Read full review

Review: The Tiger in the House: A Cultural History of the Cat

User Review  - Becky Lord - Goodreads

Horribly outdated and really just a list of quotes and anecdotes, half of which are in French. I enjoyed a few sections, but in reality, this book is an example of an excellent concept executed very poorly. Too bad. Perhaps I should write a similar book. Read full review

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