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Letters From A Cat by Helen Hunt Jackson

“I do not feel wholly sure that my Kitty wrote these letters herself. They always came inside the letters written to me by my mama, or other friends, and I never caught Kitty writing at any time when I was at home; but the printing was pretty bad, and they were signed by Kitty’s name; and my mama always looked very mysterious when I asked about them, as if there were some very great secret about it all; so that until I grew to be a big girl, I never doubted but that Kitty printed them all alone by herself, after dark.

My Dogs in the Northland by Egerton Ryerson Young

“Was it not Sir Walter Scott who said, ‘I hate to love a dog, he lives so short a life?’ Yet Sir Walter did love dogs with rare devotion, as the traditions of Abbotsford, as well as much that he himself has written, affirm. On This Page Jack London’s Call of the Wild From the Introduction Contents (172 pages) About the Author – Egerton R. Young Download the eBook Jack London’s Call of the Wild My Dogs in the Northland (1902) was used as source material by the author Jack London for his novel “The Call of the Wild_ (1903).