Concerning Cats: My Own and Some Others

Helen M. WINSLOW (1851 - 1938)

"I have known, and loved, and studied many cats, but my knowledge of her (Pretty Lady, a cat) alone would convince me that cats love people--in their dignified, reserved way, and when they feel that their love is not wasted; that they reason, and that they seldom act from impulse."

The thoughts of Helen Winslow, a thoughtful and articulate cat friend, about the cats in her life. (Summary by Karen Merline)

Genre(s): Animals

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Concerning the Pretty Lady Patricia Oakley
00:29:22
Play 02 Concerning my other cats Patricia Oakley
00:35:17
Play 03 Concerning other people's cats Kristine Bekere
00:31:02
Play 04 Concerning still other people's cats Kristine Bekere
00:43:37
Play 05 Concerning some historic cats Kristine Bekere
00:38:07
Play 06 Concerning cats in England Kristine Bekere
00:19:23
Play 07 Concerning cat clubs and cat shows Kristine Bekere
00:20:27
Play 08 Concerning high-bred cats in America Kristine Bekere
00:26:47
Play 09 Concerning cats in poetry Kristine Bekere
00:15:15
Play 10 Concerning cat artists Kristine Bekere
00:30:46
Play 11 Concerning cat hospitals and refuges Kristine Bekere
00:20:32
Play 12 Concerning the origin of cats Kristine Bekere
00:13:43
Play 13 Concerning varieties of cats Kristine Bekere
00:17:38
Play 14 Concerning cat language Kristine Bekere
00:11:22