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Our Cats and All About Them

Harrison Weir (1824-1906)

1. 01 Dedication & Prefaces
2. 02 Introductory & The First Cat Show
3. 03 Habits
4. 04 Trained Cats
5. 05 Long Haired Cats & The Angora
6. 06 The Persian Cat
7. 07 The Russian Long Haired Cat
8. 08 The Tortoiseshell Cat & The Tortoiseshell-and-White Cat
9. 09 The Brown Tabby Cat & Spotted Tabby Cat
10. 10 The Abyssinian
11. 11 The Short Haired White Cat & The Black Cat & The Blue Cat
12. 12 The Black-and-White Cat & The White-and-Black Cat
13. 13 Siamese Cat
14. 14 The Manx Cat
15. 15 Various Colors
16. 16 Usefulness of Cats
17. 17 General Management Part 1
18. 18 General Management Part 2
19. 19 Cat and Kittens
20. 20 Kittens & Of Kittens in General & Management of Kittens and Cats
21. 21 Points by Which Cats are Judged
22. 22 Diseases of Cats
23. 23 The Wild Cat of Britain
24. 24 Concerning Cats
25. 25 Cat Proverbs & The Cat of Shakespeare
26. 26 Superstition and Witchcraft & Weather Notions
27. 27 A Cat Clock & Puss in Boots & Signs
28. 28 The Law on Cat Killing & Dead Cats & The Cat as a Tormentor & Heraldry, etc.
29. 29 Performing Cats & Cat Racing in Belgium
30. 30 Cat Images
31. 31 Lovers of Cats
32. 32 Games & Nursery Rhymes and Stories
33. 33 Fishing Cats & Cats and Horses
34. 34 'Grammer's Cat and Ours' & Lost

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Summary

The Englishman Harrison Weir organized the first cat show in England in 1871. In 1887 he founded the National Cat Club and was its first President and Show Manager until his resignation in 1890.Our Cats and all about them is concerned with cats and all about them. It describes numerous breeds of cats and what to look for in a cat show champion, and deals with the general management and common diseases of cats, as well as how to raise healthy kittens. But there is also a hodge podge of cat related stories, games, nursery rhymes, superstitions, as well as a list of cat lovers and a chapter of "The Cat in Shakespeare".