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THE CAT, "I AM"

old Pot. Amon. I'm young enough, he thought, to be returning to the old sound sedatives-not, of course, Pot. Brom-that was too lowering. Perhaps a little iron-often a touch of anemia gave one queer exhaustions and fancies.
But Innes was well under way. "They're the more intelligent and beautiful." Damn, he'd missed the beginning and mustn't show it. "He taps against that French window over there. And I go over and let him in. I've often sketched him as he grooms himself." Of course, it's a cat he has! 'We've had him some six months. He isn't a success with the ladies. Of course, she should have known, if she had thought a moment. They can't be turned into lap-dogs or mannikins. He's himself-at least, I was sure-well, to go on. I call him `I am'; he's so clear and emphatic. They're lovely, those Siamese with their pale blue, almost transparent eyes," he paused a moment, "and their smoky fur. But they have strong characters. Very temperamental, in fact. He got in some fine scratches on my wife:" Innes laughed. "Tore her lace coverlets and silk pillows; actually bit the cook and of course tried to eat a squawking blackbird they're trying to tame and teach words to. Silly; let an animal be an animal, I say. Cook said the cat deliberately bit her but she's so deaf I expect she never saw that I Am was about-though Siamese have a step as audible as a dog's. I've often heard my wife saying to Cook, in a voice that certainly carries into the diningroom, `Are you deaf?' She says Cook never even turns around and then says she's not deaf and Mrs. Innes shouldn't speak so indistinctly."
Hamilton was not interested in hearing a patient diagnose another patient's very different symptoms. But a descrip

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