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  • Cheryl Baker

    Authors Inspired By Cats - Edgar Allan Poe

  • Gary Humfleet

    I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat.- Edgar Allan Poe Follow the links to the webpage and you will see that cat lovers are often people who are far from ordinary. Dogs are wonderful creatures who connect by open affection. Cats connect on a deeper (or higher) level.

  • Katy Went

    The inspiration & companionship of cats as writer's muses, "cunningest and most intelligent things I know" Mark Twain. Edgar Allan Poe wrote a story of a cat's revenge, somewhat innocuously titled simply as "The Black Cat". He was a writer of mystery and mild horror and yet always wished that he "could write as mysterious as a cat."

  • Carmen Mariamne

    I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat.   Edgar Allen Poe

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