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Cats Vs. Dogs: An Amusing Poem By The Famous Feline Lover Writer, T.S. Elliot

"Best Cat Stories" is a rare anthology from 1953, edited by Michael Joseph and featuring 19 short stories about cats by some of the era's most celebrated authors, with delightful black-and-white illustrations by English artist, Dame Eileen Mayo. 

The final piece in the book is a funny set of verses, called "The Ad-dressing of cats" which playfully contrasting cats and dogs. 

The poem was written by the beloved poet, playwright, and literary critic T. S. Eliot, a famous felinophile, whose 1939 children's book, "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats", inspired the iconic Broadway musical Cats. 

Cats Vs. Dogs: A Poem By The Famous Feline Lover Writer, T.S. Elliot | With Cats, some say, one rule is true: Don't speak till are spoken Myself do not hold with say should ad-dress Cat. But always keep mind he Resents familiarity.
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