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Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).  The Tiger in the House. 1922.
Bibliography: VI
Burroughs, John: The Animal Mind; Atlantic Monthly; November 1910; Vol. 106, P. 622.   1
  Burroughs, John: Animal Wit Indoors and Out; Atlantic Monthly; Feburary 1912; Vol. 109, P. 196.   2
  Burroughs, John: Do Animals Think?; Harper’s Magazine; February 1905; Vol. 110, P. 354.   3
  Burroughs, John: The Reasonable but Unreasoning Animals; Thee Outlook; December 14, 1907; Vol. 87, P. 809.   4
  Burroughs, John: Ways of Nature; Houghton, Mifflin and Co.; Boston; 1905.   5
  Cesaresco, the Countess Evelyn Martinengo: The Place of Animals in Human Thought; Charles Scribner’s Sons; New York; 1909. Illustrated.   6
  Darwin, Charles: The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals; John Murray; London. Illustrated.   7
  Dixon, Royal: The Human Side of Animals; Frederick A. Stokes Co.; New York; 1918. Illustrated with photographs.   8
  Evans, E. P.: Evolutionary Ethics and Animal Psychology; D. Appleton and Co.; New York; 1898.   9
  Groos, Karl: Die Spiele der Thiere; Gustav Fischer; Jena; 1896. Translated with the co-operation of the author as the Play of Animals, by E. L. Baldwin, with a preface and an appendix by J. Mark Baldwin; D. Appleton & Co.; New York; 1898.  10
  Hachet-Souplet: L’Intelligence des Chats: Bulletin de I’Institut Géneral Psychologique; Année III; Paris; 1903; P. 128.  11
  Holmes, S. J.: Studies in Animal Behaviour; Richard G. Badger; Boston; 1916.  12
  Lindsay, W. Lauder: Mind in the Lower Animals; D. Appleton and Co.; New York; 1880. Two volumes.  13
  Lloyd, Morgan C.: Animal Behaviour; Edward Arnold; London; 1900.  14
  Menault, Ernest: L’Intelligence des Animaux; Paris; 1869 (second edition). Illustrated by E. Bayard, A. Mesnel, etc. Le Chat, Pages 264–70. Charles Scribner and Co., in 1869, published an illustrated translation of this book as The Intelligence of Animals.  15
  Mills, T. Wesley: The Cat; The Dog; The Cat and the Dog Compared; McGill University; Papers from the Department of Physiology; Montreal; 1896. Pamphlet.  16
  Mills, Wesley: The Nature and Development of Animal Intelligence; Macmillan Co.; New York; 1898.  17
  Perrens, F. T.: Mémoires de Mes Chattes; Revue Scientifique; Paris; 1899. Séries IV, Vol. 12, Pages 417, 461, and 491, and Vol. 15 (1901), P. 398.  18
  Pierquin de Gembloux: Traité de la Folie des Animaux; Paris, 1859.  19
  Romanes, George John: Animal Intelligence; D. Appleton and Co.; New York; 1883; Chapter XIV, P. 411, is devoted to the cat.  20
  Romanes, George John: Essays (edited by C. Lloyd Morgan); Longmans, Green, and Co.; London; 1897.  21
  Romanes, George John: Mental Evolution in Animals; Kegan Paul, Trench and Co.; 1883.  22
  Shepherd, W. T.: The discrimination of articulate sounds by cats; American Journal of Psychology; July 1912; Vol. 23, P. 461.  23
  Shepherd, W. T.: Tests in adaptive intelligence in dogs and cats, as compared with adaptive intelligence in Rhesus monkeys; American Journal of Psychology; April 16, 1915; Vol. 26, P. 211.  24
  Smith, E. M.: The Investigation of Mind in Animals; Cambridge University Press; 1915.  25
  Thompson, Edward P.: The Passions of Animals; Chapman and Hall; London; 1851.  26
  Thorndike, Edward L.: Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies; Macmillan Co.; New York; 7911. Illustrated with diagrams.  27
  Vevey, Artault de: Des Actes Raisonnés chez le Chat; Bulletin de I’Institut Géneral Psychologique; Paris; 1903; Année III; P. 13.  28
  Washburn, Margaret Floy: The Animal Mind, a text book of comparative psychology; Macmillan Co.; New York; 1908.  29
  Watson, Rev. John Selby: The Reasoning Power in Animals; Reeve and Co.; London; 1867. The cat, Chapter XXV, P. 247; Chapter XXX, P. 322.  30



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