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THE CAT, "I AM"

as his head was pointing this way. He was grooming the inside of his raised thigh, and I could also see what caused the small regular noise. Every time he swept the fur with his tongue, the upraised leg wagged and the hoisted paw, rising above his head, tapped on the book backs behind him:"
Well, Hamilton could not help reflecting, all this parlor natural history might be reassuring, but it certainly doesn't seem to be leading anywhere.
" Well," continued Innes, suddenly becoming hesitant, "you see, from this position I could see exactly."
" Yes."
" I've long sight, you know?"
" Yes, yes."
" So there couldn't be any doubt. The books in that row are just as they were then." Innes suddenly got up, went to the bookcase, bent down, taking a volume from the ground shelf, turned round and handed it to Hamilton. Hamilton read aloud, Called, I Come.
" It may be coincidence." Innes again hesitated, as though turning over something in his mind and speaking mainly to himself.
" I don't think it is coincidence," answered the doctor. Then, with deliberate reassurance, "Really, you may take my word for it, there is nothing in that." He'd often known quiet emphasis to work with excited patients.
" Good, good," Innes replied almost absentmindedly. "Then listen to this:" He replaced the book and sat down again, still looking at the bookcase and no longer at Hamilton. "Of course cats are creatures of habit. What makes them change a routine, Heaven knows. Some little external ac-

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