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Mark Twain was rather besotted with cats. In 1898, Twain's relationship with his cats was reported "Twain would call the cats to 'come up' on the chair, and they would all jump up on the seat. He would tell them to 'go to sleep,' and instantly the group were all fast asleep. They would remain so until he called 'Wide awake!' when in a twinkling up would go their ears and wide open their eyes."

30 Renowned Authors Inspired By Cats

“When a man loves cats, I am his friend and comrade, without further introduction.”— Mark Twain Barbara Lowe onto Cats, Cats, Cats

John Cleese

Photos taken at an interview I did with Monty Python icon John Cleese for local magazine 'Bath Life'. (with his oversized cat, 'Monte')

WİNSTON CHURCHİLL 1952.

The power that cats have! - British prime minister Winston Churchill stops to pet a cat at Liverpool Street Station, May (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Ryann Ernest Hemingway with typewriter and cat. "There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed" - Ernest Hemingway.

Trabajar desde casa. A´sí nos lo imaginamos: Matisse retratado por Robert Capa

Henri Matisse in Bed Working, His Black Cat at His Feet, Nice, France , August 1949 photo by Robert Capa

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