Literary Cats

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Can you name the cats from famous works of literature?

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He's off to see a wizard.Frank Baum
Crime-solving companions of a reporter (name one).Lilian Jackson Braun
He is accidentally walled up with a corpse.Edgar Allen Poe
He's 'the nearest kin of the moon'.W.B. Yeats
A Lancrean witch's cat.Terry Pratchett
His name means 'The Tiger King'.Rudyard Kipling
The villainous leader of the Blue Hordes.Brian Jacques
In the movie, John Wayne played his master.Charles Portis
Her kittens have wings.Ursula LeGuin
She sailed 'in a beautiful pea green boat'.Edward Lear
The brother of Mittens and Moppet.Beatrix Potter
A biblically-named cat.T.S. Eliot
A black panther.Rudyard Kipling
A group of very vengeful cats.H.P. Lovecraft
'Her ears of jet, and emerald eyes/She saw: and purred applause.Thomas Gray
He's half-cat, half-kneazle!J.K. Rowling
A long-serving Iowan library cat.Vicki Myron
He 'does be yawning and smirking cat's hours'.James Joyce
Friend to a cockroach named Archy.Don Marquis
A passenger on the Ark.Timothy Findley
A Scottish witch's cat.William Shakespeare
He runs a scam with a group of sentient rats.Terry Pratchett
He tricks an ogre into turning into a mouse.Charles Perreault
Companion of Eatbugs and Pouncequick.Tad Williams
An 8th-century Irish monk's cat.Unknown
A tiger in a boat.Yann Martel
A Scottish cat who has a near-death experience.Paul Gallico
He has four white paws.Beverly Cleary
He's a bit too bouncy for some.A.A. Milne
A church cat and friend to mice.Graham Oakley
He grins and vanishes.Lewis Carroll
In Latin, he's a 'cattus petasatus'.Theodor Geisel
He buys a farm, becomes a doctor, and goes to the moonKathleen Hale
A lexicographer's cat; he has a statue in Gough Square, LondonPercival Stockdale et al.

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