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June 25, 2010

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I guess that's why he had the cat's paw letter-opener, then? ;D

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/jacketcopy/2009/05/the-remains-of-charles-dickens-cat-and-more-book-news.html

Oh yes, I'd forgotten about that. Or blocked it out, perhaps. :-)

Ahaha, that's so cute. I will still maintain that that was an aberration. I, for instance, don't like dogs, but I have some good friends who have a dog I am very fond of. If Dickens had naturally liked cats, he wouldn't have invented so many nasty ones, or called so many of his nasty characters cat-like.

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