Quotes and Sayings about Cats - Page 2
Intelligence in the cat is underrated.
– Louis Wain
The phrase “domestic cat” is an oxymoron.
– George F. Will
We cannot without becoming cats, perfectly understand the cat mind.
– St. George Mivart
The cat is domestic only as far as suits its own ends…
Of all animals, he alone attains to the Contemplative Life.
– Andrew Lang
Most beds sleep up to six cats. Ten cats without the owner.
– Stephen Baker
A cat pours his body on the floor like water. It is restful just to see him.
– William Lyon Phelps
You can’t own a cat. The best you can do is be partners.
– Sir Harry Swanson
Even the stupidest cat seems to know more than any dog.
– Eleanor Clark
# Two things are aesthetically perfect in the world – the clock and the cat.
– Emile Auguste Chartier
Cats know how to obtain food without labor, shelter without confinement, and love without penalties.
– W. L. George
How we behave toward cats here below determines our status in heaven. – Robert A. Heinlein
As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.
– Ellen Perry Berkeley
Meow is like aloha – it can mean anything.
– Hank Ketchum
Cats do not have to be shown how to have a good time, for they are unfailing ingenious in that respect.
– James Mason
I have a cat, the pet that ranks just above a throw pillow in terms of required responsibility.
– Anna Quindlen,
If cats could write history, their history would be mostly about cats.
– Eugen Weber
Cats are a mysterious kind of folk.
– Walter Scott
Cats randomly refuse to follow orders to prove they can.
– Ilona Andrews
The trouble with cats is that they’ve got no tact.
– P. G. Wodehouse
There’s no need for a piece of sculpture in a home that has a cat.
– Wesley Bates
If a cat does something, we call it instinct; if we do the same thing, for the same reason, we call it intelligence.
– Will Cuppy
Cats always know whether people like or dislike them. They do not always care enough to do anything about it.
– Winifred Carriere
A meow massages the heart.
– Stuart McMillan
Like a graceful vase, a cat, even when motionless, seems to flow.
– George F. Will