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THE CAT, "I AM"

tion of domestic tensions could throw a valuable sidelight on the situation. He attended carefully as Innes went on. "It seems that just at the point where it would have been necessary to sacrifice the cat to save a major loss in the kitchen, I Am took himself off. I thought he'd gone for good, bagged by a passing hobo who saw there'd be a couple of meals to be got for his pelt. But in three or four days there was a tap on the bottom pane of that French window back there-I've never known another cat to do it-a smart little tap-no mewing-you could hear his claws click on the glass. That became a regular arrangement. I read in here after dinner, as a rule. Regular as clockwork, the tap would come at nine-thirty."
Hamilton glanced casually at his watch; it was nine. "I get up and let him in. He runs in and trots in front of me to the fire here. He waits till I'm settled again and then, after a look at the fire, to judge, I suppose, whether he's at the right distance from it, he settles down to groom himself. It's a regular ritual and takes considerable time: first the chest; then round the ears with the paws; next, paw-drill working between the pads; that's followed with big, side sweeps that get most of the coat clean; and the whole concludes with the most gymnastic pose. It must be good for the figure as well as for the fur. You hoist one back leg like a signal while, with the help of a front paw driven out behind you, you thrust your head forward and clean the fur right down on your tummy."
" Yes," said Hamilton, "yes," impatiently wondering why all this rather old-maidish cat-cataloguing. Then, with selfreproof, he realized that Innes must be spinning out his

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