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Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).  The Tiger in the House. 1922.
Bibliography: IV
Natural History
Aristotle: History of Animals; translated by Richard Cressell; Bohn Libraries; London; 1862.   1
  Benton, J. R.: How a falling cat turns over; Science; New York; January 19, 1912; N. S. Vol. 35, P. 104. This is a letter in answer to W. S. Franklin.   2
  Bingley, Reverend W.: Animal Biography or Popular Zoology; Three volumes; London; 1813.   3
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  Cochrane, Robert: Four Hundred Animal Stories; W. and R. Chambers; Edinburgh; 1897. Cats, Chapter VI, P. 196. Illustrated.   5
  Doncaster, L.: Sex-limited Inheritance in Cats; Science; August 2, 1912; N. S. Vol. 36, P. 144:   6
  Dureau de la Mallu: The Cat: researches in regard to the ancient history of our domestic animals; Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal; July-October 1829; Vol. 7, P. 309.   7
  Elliot, Daniel Giraud: A monograph of the Felidae or Family of the Casts; Published for subscribers by the author; London; 1883, Large folio, with forty-three magnificent coloured plates by J. Wolf.   8
  Fabre, Jean-Henri-Casimir: Our Humble Friends, familiar talks on the domestic animals; translated from the French by Florence Constable Bicknell; Century Co.; New York; 1918. Illustrated with drawings. Chapter XXVI, P. 239, The Cat.   9
  Fairchild, David: Cats as Plant Investigators; Science; October 19, 1906; N. S. Vol. 24, P. 498.  10
  Franklin, W. S. How a falling cat turns over in the air; Science; 1911; N. S. Vol. 34, P. 844. This is a letter.  11
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  Hudson, W. H.: The Book of a Naturalist; George H. Doran Co.; New York; 1919. A friendly rat, P. 232; The great dog-superstition, P. 238.  13
  Jesse, Edward: Gleanings in Natural History; John Murray; London; (new edition) 1838. Two volumes.  14
  Little, C. C.: Preliminary note on occurrences of a sex-limited character in cats; Science; May 17, 1912; N. S. Vol. 35, P. 784.  15
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  Miles, Alfred H.: 1001 Animal Anecdotes; Frederick A. Stokes Co.; New York; His Grace the Cat, P. 67. With sixteen original drawings and photographs by Winifred Austen and others.  17
  Miller, Mrs. Hugh: Cats and Dogs, or notes and anecdotes of two great families of the animal kingdom; T. Nelson and Sons; London; 1872. Illustrated. The first six chapters are concerned with the domestic cat and his wild relatives. Juvenile.  18
  Miller, Olive Thorne (Harriet Mann Miller): Queer Pets at Marcy’s; E. P. Dutton Co.; New York; 1880. Illustrated by J. C. Beard. Juvenile.  19
  Natural History Anecdotes; Leisure Hour; January 30, 1875; Vol. 24, P. 74. All cat anecdotes.  20
  Nicol, Dr. John: The Best Cat Story Yet; Scientific American; October 28, 1905; Vol. 93, P. 339.  21
  Pennant, Thomas: British Zoology; printed for Benj. White; London; 1776. Four volumes. The cat is in Volume 1.  22
  Pocock, R. I.: The question of our two types of tabby cat; Nature; September 8, 1910; Vol. 84, P. 298.  23
  Poulton, Edward B.: Observations on heredity in cats with an abnormal number of toes; Nature; 1883; Vol. 29, P. 20; November 11, 1885; Vol. 35, P. 38; a letter from J. Herbert Wood: November 18, 1885; Vol. 35, P. 53; a lettre from William White. December 9, 1885; Vol. 35, P. 125. Illustrated with drawings of paws.  24
  Puss’s Pedigree; Literary Digest; October 27, 1917; Vol. 55.  25
  Robinson, Louis: Wild Traits in Tame Animals, being some familiar studies in evolution; William Blackwood and Sons; Edinburgh and London; 1897; The Cat, Chapter IX, P. 227. Illustrations by S. T. Dadd. This book will entertain the casual reader and stimulate the student.  26
  Rope, G. T.: Cats with abnormal tastes; The Zoologist; October 1915; Series 4, Vol. 19, P. 393. Cats as vegetarians, etc.  27
  Topsell, Edward: The History of Four-footed Beasts; E. Cotes; London; 1658. Cats on P. 81 with illustration. A quaint and amazing book.  28
  Valmont de Bomare, Jacques-Christophe: Dictionnaire raisonné d’histoire naturelle; Lyon-Paris; (fourth edition) Year VIII (1800). Fifteen volumes.  29
  Vickers, H. M.: Origin of the domestic “blotched” tabby cat; Nature; September 8–15, 1910; Vol. 84, Pages 298 and 331.  30
  White, C. A.: Permanence of domestic instinct in the cat; Knowledge; April II, 1884; Vol. 5, P. 243. C. G. D. Roberts and Mary E. Wilkins Freeman have based stories on this incident of a cat who made shift to live in the wilds for a year, when deserted, but who was friendly to humans when they appeared.  31
  Whiting, Phineas W.: The tortoise-shell cat; American Naturalist; August 1915; Vol. 49, P. 518.  32



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