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True Stories About Dogs & Cats | by Mrs. Follen



Contains childrens stories about Dogs & Cats.

TitleTrue Stories About Dogs & Cats
AuthorEliza Lee Cabot Follen
PublisherNichols & Hall
Year1870
Copyright1870, Nichols & Hall
AmazonTrue stories about dogs & cats
-True Stories About Dogs & Cats
In a pretty, quiet village in New England lived Mary Chilton. She was a widow. She had two sons; and it was the occupation and the happiness of her life to do all she could to make her boys good and h...
-True Stories About Dogs & Cats. Part 2
Hurrah for dogs! cried Harry, clapping his hands. I say they are as good as men any day. They say, Mother, that the Indians believe their dogs will go to heaven with them. Will they, Mother ? ...
-True Stories About Dogs & Cats. Part 3
Hero's master now told the accuser that the dog was tied in the barn on the very night when the sheep were killed. He now made much of his dumb favorite from the feeling that he was unjustly suspected...
-True Stories About Dogs & Cats. Part 4
We take it for granted that cats have no love in them, and so we never act towards them as if they had any; now I believe they have, on the whole, pretty good hearts, and, if they were treated with ju...
-True Stories About Dogs & Cats. Part 5
During a hard snow storm last winter, a kitten with a broken leg and almost frozen hopped into the hall door of a gentleman's house in Brooklyn, New York, and set up a most piteous mewing. The mast...
-True Stories About Dogs & Cats. Part 6
It would take more knowledge than I can boast of, Frank, to answer these questions. I will tell you all I have been able to learn. It is supposed by some persons that the domestic dog is the descend...
-The Dog And The Water Lily. No Fable
The noon was shady, and soft airs. Swept Ouse's silent tide, When, 'scaped from literary cares, I wandered on his side. My spaniel prettiest of his race, And high in pedigree (Two nymp...
-The Dog And The Water Lily. No Fable. Part 2
There was a family who had given leave to two poor men to come and saw wood, do chores, etc. One of these was very honest; the other often took what did not belong to him. The family dog took no es...
-The Dog And The Water Lily. No Fable. Part 3
The child had doubtless wandered from the place where he was left by his father; had fallen over the precipice; had been caught by the bushes near the cave, and scrambled into it. The dog had either f...
-The Dog And The Water Lily. No Fable. Part 4
I travelled on, and still met more flocks the farther I went. The air was literally filled with pigeons. The light of noonday became dim as during an eclipse. The continued buzz of wings over me had a...







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