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Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).  The Tiger in the House. 1922.
  
Bibliography: III
Varieties, Breeding, Care, and Diseases
  
Aspinwall, Grace: Pussies, Plebeian and Royal; Good Housekeeping; August 1909; Vol. 49, P. 178. Illustrated with photographs.   1
  Barton, Frank Townend: The Cat: its points and management in health and disease; Everett and Co., London; 1908. Illustrated with photographs and drawings.   2
  Bennett, I. D.: Cat Fancy; American Homes and Gardens; November 1913; Vol. 10, P. 380. Illustrated with photographs.   3
  Betelle, Mabel Nicholson: One-cat Cattery and how to make it pay; Country Life in America; January 15, 1912; Vol 21. Illustrated with photographs.   4
  Bosworth, Isabella Essex: The Care and Training of the House Cat; Country Life in America; November 1907; Vol. 13, P. 72. Illustrated with photographs.   5
  Brown, C.: Cats as Money-makers; Harper’s Bazaar; August 1912; Vol. 46, P. 388. Illustrated with photographs.   6
  Brown, Elizabeth Frances: The Popular Persian Cat; The Countryside Magazine; October 1915; Vol. 21, P. 218.   7
  Cat Culture; Spratt’s Patent (Am.) Ltd.; Newark, N. J. Pamphlet. Illustrated with photographs.   8
  Champion, Dorothy Bevill: Everybody’s Cat Book; New York; 1909. Illustrated with photographs. This book, one of the latest and best for the breeder of Persian cats, is easily procurable.   9
  Clayton, G. V.,: A Treatise on the Cat; published by the author; Chicago. Pamphlet.  10
  Cornish-Bond, Mabel: Cat Raising as a Business; Munsey’s Magazine; 1901. Vol. 25, P. 841. Illustrated with photographs.  11
  Crandall, Lee S.: Pets; their history and their care; Henry Holt and Co; New York; 1917. Illustrated with photographs.  12
  Cust, the Honourable Lady: The Cat: its history, diseases, and management; Henry J. Drake; London.  13
  Daniels, Dr. A. C.: The Cat Doctor: home treatment for cats and kittens; published by the author; Boston; 1911. Pamphlet.  14
  Diehl, J. E.: The Domestic Cat: different breeds and varieties, how to keep and rear them, together with a treatise of their diseases—with symptoms and remedies for them; Associated Fanciers; Philadelphia; 1899. Pamphlet.  15
  Ewart, J. Cossar: The principles of breeding and the origin of domesticated breeds of animals; U. S. Department of Agriculture; Bureau of Animal Industry; 1912. With especial reference to the theories of telegony and saturation.  16
  Farrington, E. I.: A Palace for Cats; Technical World; August 1914; Vol. 21, P. 900. Illustrated with photographs.  17
  Hall, Kate A. Cat Farming in California; Overland Monthly; April 1907; N.S. Vol. 49, P. 299. Illustrated with photographs.  18
  Hill, J. Woodroffe: The Diseases of the Cat; William R. Jenkins; New York; 1903. Illustrated with photographs.  19
  Huidekoper, Rush Shippen: The Cat, a guide to the classification and varieties of cats and a short treatise upon their care, diseases, and treatment; D. Appleton and Co.; New York; 1895. With over thirty illustrations from drawings and photographs.  20
  James, Robert Kent: The Angora Cat: how to breed, train and keep it; with additional chapters on the history, peculiarities and diseases of the animal; James Brothers; Boston; 1898. Illustrated with photographs.  21
  Jennings, John: Domestic and Fancy Cats: a practical treatise on their antiquity, domestication, varieties, breeding, management, diseases, exhibition and judging; L. Upcott Gill; London; 1893. Illustrated with drawings. The second edition, revised and considerably enlarged, illustrated with photographs, appeared in 1901. This book may be recommended to the breeder.  22
  L. H. F.: Her Serene Highness, the Cat; Harper’s Bazaar; May 26, 1900; Vol. 33, P. 222. Illustrated with photographs.  23
  Lane, Charles Heny: Rabbits, Cats and Cavies: descriptive sketches of all recognized exhibition varieties with many original anecdotes; J. M. Dent and Co.; London; 1903. With over one hundred illustrations by Rosa Bebb.  24
  Martling, Harriet: Cats of Leisure and Lineage; Overland Monthly; 1900; Vol. 36, P. 460. Illustrated with photographs.  25
  Miller, Olive Thorne (Harriet Mann Miller): Our Home Pets; how to keep them well and happy; Harper and Brothers; New York; 1894. Pages 195–230 are devoted to cats. Illustrated with drawings.  26
  Morrison, F.H.S.: The Aristocratic Persian Cat; Country Life in America; September 1908; Vol. 14, P. 446. Illustrated with photographs by A. Radclyffe Dugmore and others.  27
  Neel, Edith K.: Cats: how to care for them in health and treat them when ill; Boericke and Tafel; Philadelphia; 1902. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. This small manual, which is easily procurable, may be recommended.  28
  Roberts, Walter T.: Some Celebrated Cats and Their Owners; Cassell’s Magazine; London; 1904; Vol. 38, P. 77. Illustrated with photographs.  29
  Roderick, Virginia: The Aristocracy of Cats; Everybody’s Magazine; 1909; Vol. 20, P. 216. Illustrated with photographs.  30
  Rule, Philip V.: The Cat: its natural history, domestic varieties, management and treatment; with an essay on feline instinct by Bernard Perez; Swan Sonnenschein, Lowery and Co.; London; 1887. The illustrations are from drawings.  31
  Rydall, E. H.: The Care of the Cat; Country Life in America; August 1907; Vol. 12, P. 444. Illustrated with photographs.  32
  Saint Maur, Kate V.: Caring for Home Pets; Woman’s Home Companion; July 1910; Vol. 37, P. 26.  33
  Simpson, Frances: Cats for Pleasure and Profit; Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, Ltd.; London; 1909. This is a new and revised edition; the original title was Cats and All About Them. With twenty-five illustrated with photographs.  34
  Stables, Gordon: Cats, their humane and rational treatment; Chambers’s Journal; September 8, 1883; Vol. 60, P. 572.  35
  Stables, William Gordon: Cats, their points and characteristics, with curiousities of cat life, and a chapter on feline ailments; Dean and Smith; London; 1874. Illustrated with photographic frontispiece of the author sitting with a retriever, cat, and starling, and seven chromo-lithographs of prize cats, two on each plate and one of an Abyssinian cat.  36
  Stables, William Gordon: The Domestic Cat; G. Routledge and Sons; London; 1876.  37
  Stanwood, Harriet B.: Persian Cats for Profit; Country Life in America; April 1915; Vol. 27, P. 90. Illustrated with photographs.  38
  Stecker, C. H.: The common-sense care of Angora cats; Suburban Life; November 1907; Vol. 5, P. 285. Illustrated with photographs by Jessi Tarbox Beals and W. F. Slight.  39
  The Types of Cats; Suburban Life; March 1908; Vol. 6, P. 184.  40
  Voogt, Gos de: Our Domestic Animals, their habits, intelligence and usefulness; translated from the French by Katherine P. Wormeley; edited for America by Charles William Burkett; Ginn and Co.; Boston; 1907. The section on the cat begins on P. 73. Illustrated with photographs, some of them coloured.  41
  Wellington, Arthur: Beautiful Pets; Bostonian (National Magazine); February 1896; Vol. 3, P. 459. Illustrated with photographs.  42



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