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Book Review
Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World

moderncat.net

January 2, 2009

Excerpt:
Publishers Weekly suggests that Dewey’s been “anthropomorphized to a degree that can strain credulity,” a criticism — if sales are any indication — easily dismissed by fans of the book (or, indeed, anybody who’s ever bonded with an animal). In any case, given the recent work of Temple Grandin and Patricia McConnell, among others, it’s clear that we still have an awful lot to learn about the emotional lives of animals.

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