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Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

There are many types of cats, and most are much like people. They all have distinct personalities and traits, and you have learned about their names. Now that you are aware of the different types and names of cats, how do you introduce yourself?

Dogs are different from cats, and don't mind familiarity. When you are addressing a cat, you must remember that formality is the rule. The nature of a dog permits you to approach them right away; they are happy for the attention and don't mind speaking to you at all. Addressing a dog is very different from addressing a cat, though.

When you approach a cat for the first time, it is best to come prepared with a gift, to break the ice. Until you know them well, it is best to stick to the formalities. Only when you have gained their respect may...

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