Lovecraft about Man, Dog and Cat

Howard Phillips Lovecraft about cats

Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937) was an American author of fantasy and science fiction.

Howard Phillips Lovecraft

Lovecraft has said about what the men, dogs and cats have different self-respect:

Throw a stick, and the servile dog wheezes and pants and stumbles to bring it to you. Do the same before a cat, and he will eye you with coolly polite and somewhat bored amusement. Continue reading


Haruki Murakami about cats

Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami (was born 1949) is an Japanese writer and translator.

Haruki Murakami has said about cats:

Holding this soft, small living creature in my lap this way, though, and seeing how it slept with complete trust in me, I felt a warm rush in my chest. I put my hand on the cat’s chest and felt his heart beating. The pulse was faint and fast, but his heart, like mine, was ticking off the time allotted to his small body with all the restless earnestness of my own.


Mikhail Bulgakov’s Cat

Mikhail Bulgakov

Mikhail Bulgakov (1891-1940) was a Russian writer

Mikhail Bulgakov has written:

Is that vodka?” Margarita asked weakly.
The Cat jumped up in his seat with indignation.
“I beg pardon, my queen,” he rasped, “Would I ever allow myself to offer vodka to a lady? This is pure alcohol!

This is a quote from “The Master and Margarita” by Mikhail Bulgakov, where one of the characters is the Cat.