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THE CAT, "I AM"

story, trying to gain time. He was edging toward some part of it that must be creepy. He was trying, with an accumulation of sane, simple, boring detail to give a setting of reassuring dullness to what had to come out at last. "Yes," Hamilton said encouragingly.
" Well," said Innes, "well, just four nights ago the tap came as usual. I got up, went over there, and I could see his misty-looking face waiting to be let in. As I opened the window, he hopped over the threshold and trotted ahead of me to the fireplace. I sat down. He chose his position, just about where your feet now are, gave a lick, and then, with that queer deliberate way cats have, as though he had suddenly remembered something he had been told but till that minute had all but forgotten, he got up again-he had never done so before-and went over there." Innes pointed to a bookcase which was almost opposite the French window and the lowest shelf of which was within an inch of the floor.
" There, almost touching the books, he began his grooming. I watched him a little and then went back to my book. I was reading in this chair. I suppose my attention was again disturbed by a slight tapping. The light, you see, is a good one:' He pointed up to a powerful reading lamp which was standing behind them.
" Yes, good for the eyes," said Hamilton.
" It has, you see, a reflector, and this was throwing the light over my shoulder. I could see that the cat had come to the concluding phase of his drill. The hind leg was hoisted -the whole body and head assembled, as it were, around this raised ensign. I could see precisely what I Am was doing

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