Skye Blake here again. This time I’m tracking down great felines in literature… cats in books, tomes, great reads, even cartoons and real life stories.
Ever hear of “The Cheshire Cat”? I’ll bet you know who “Garfield” and “Crookshanks” are!
They’re famous cats in literature, whether classic, modern or cartoon.
Here are a few of your favorite cats in a good kitty read. Who’s your favorite fictional feline?
On the prowl now for those listed below and even more books about my fellow crazy cats!
These and so many more great cats in books are available in your local library, at bookstores like Barnes & Nobles, or online at Amazon.com, Abebooks.com, and more.
Warning to Parents
I’ve found that just because a book has cat characters in the title or story, doesn’t mean it’s appropriate for children.
They can still have adult topics of sex, murder, scary things, and foul language, so be sure you’re getting age-appropriate books.
Books for Children
Fiction for Adults
Book 1 of 6 – “Cat Cafe Mystery” series
Book 1 of 3 – “Pete the Cat” series
Book 1 of 3 in the “War with No Name” series
Vol. 1 of 30 – “Mrs. Murphy” series
Vol. 1 of 29 – “Cat Who…” series
1 of 75+ Garfield books
Quotes & Poems About Cats
General Cat Care
Medical Cat Care
More Cat Culture
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|History of Cats||History of Veterinary Medicine|
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|Poems About Cats – Find Ones You Love!||Paintings of Cats|
|Cats In Movies|
Sources used on this website are either primary or secondary.
Primary sources are always preferable and have the most reliable information because they’re original and directly referenced.
Scientific abstracts and data are good examples of primary sources.
Secondary sources are weaker because they usually consist of opinions or articles that give no sources of their own.
However, sometimes they refer to primary sources.
When I use secondary sources, most are those with some authority, such as veterinarian or cat behaviorist books and articles.
List of Sources
June 14, 2022