The Fur Person


Author: May Sarton

This enchanting story and classic of cat literature is drawn,from the true adventures of Tom Jones, May Sarton’s own,cat. Prior to making the author’s acquaintance, he is a fiercely,independent, nameless Cat About Town. Growing tired of,his vagabond lifestyle, however, he concludes that there,might be some appeal in giving up his freedom for a home.,Finally, a house materializes….Read More

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