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Color illus. by the author. New York: Four Winds Press, (1985). Small 4to. Purple cloth-backed aqua-colored boards. Unpaginated. First Edition. First printing. An ill fated visit to the city home of the elegant Mrs. Snickers teaches an impressionable country cat a little about herself and friendship. 
Text compiled by William E. Maloney. B/w & color illustrations. New York: Produced by Push Pin Press for Berkley Windhover Books, (1977). Small 4to. White cloth with gilt lettering. 127 p. First Edition. Words about cats from writers from Aesop to Tennessee Williams. With great classic illustrations & new drawings..... 
B/w illus. by the author. New York: Thomas Congdon Books/Dutton.(1978). 4to. Cloth-backed boards. Unpaginated. First Edition. This is how the world looks to a cat, from the cat's eye level of ten inches off the floor. Or at least to one cat in particular, a striped fellow named Tiger. This..... 
B/w and color illus. by the author resemble work of Louis Wain. Racine,Wis.: Whitman Publishing Co., 1935. 8vo. Pictorial linen-like wraps. Unpaginated. #1075. Re-telling of the classic Three Little Kittens, in this version named Topsy, the big black kitten, Fluffy, the tiny white kitten, and Sue, a pretty brown kitten..... 
B/w illus. by Margaret Levetus. Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, 1948. Square 8vo. Orange silk cloth, stamped in black & green. 55 p. First Edition. Sally was a bored white, black, and ginger kitten who ran away for the afternoon and was carried away to sea adventures on the Goldcrest, a......