Why do writers love cats?
Do you want to concentrate intensely on some problem and settle in to write your masterpiece?
Like these writers?
Step 1 you should acquire a cat.
Next, you’ll need to be alone with the cat in the room where you write.
The magical cat will invariably get up on your desk and settle under the desk lamp. The desk lamp gives the cat great satisfaction.
Then the wonder begins. The cat will settle down and be serene, with a serenity that passes all understanding. The cat’s tranquility will gradually come to affect you as you sit at your desk and all the excitable qualities that impede your concentration will vanish.
And you won’t need to watch the cat all the time.
Its presence alone is enough. You’ll discover the cat’s effect your concentration is remarkable, very mysterious. And you can feel confident that the cat’s mystical manner is well earned.
Since the cat was worshiped in ancient Egypt and held in high esteem.
Find out more about great writers and their cats.
The entries in Writers and Their Cats offers insight into each author’s unique personality, habits, and quirks. Like artists, writers seem drawn to cats as pets based on mutual respect and an inherent understanding of their complexities, independent nature, and ambiguous allure. It’s a creative dream team. For writers, there is also the cat’s ability to help bring to life the inner language of the subconscious on the page.
7 Famous Writers and Their Cats – Chronicle Book Love
Cats are clearly, in the words of Gloria Steinem, “a writer’s most logical and agreeable companion.”
Cats – with all their mysteriousness and adorableness and softness – have served as muses for some of the most brilliant writers in the world for centuries.
Books with cats in Literature
From riddlers to reincarnated geniuses and fine artists, author Lynne Truss selects fictional felines who show why it’s worth risking one’s reputation to write about them.
Spanning more than 150 years, these literary tales (or should we say “tails”?) offer at least one memorable feline character. And is there anything better than curling up with a good book and a kitty? Get reading!
As anyone who has ever used the Internet knows, cats are everything. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, more than 36 U.S. million households sport a feline companion. Where dogs are blindly loyal, a cat’s ambivalence speaks of alien wisdom.
That’s likely why there are so many great cats in sci-fi and fantasy: if your cat one day sat up and calmly informed you that it was a mystical being on a quest to save the world, you’d probably buy it, no problem.