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THE CAT, "I AM"

-there's not a shred of objective association between these two incidents, I'll warrant."
" You're sure?" asked Innes with an unhappy concern.
" Quite sure." The answer was professional. Hamilton now felt no doubt that this was no time for easy friendly speculation. He must be professionally authoritative. To himself he remarked: `Certainly bromide: perhaps, too, castor oilsometimes intestinal clog can . . :
But the patient was proceeding. "I see your point: just those two points, mere incidents-yes, I know. Indeed, I'm sure they didn't disturb me. True, I remembered them, because-well, because I'm interested in cat psychology." He gave a feeble laugh. "All detail is important to a diagnostician, isn't it?" Hamilton gave only a Lord Burleigh nod. "I'm sure I'd have forgotten them, if ... Well, the next night the same routine was followed. The usual tap, the entry, the walk to the fireplace, and the second thought that the better position was by the bookcase. But at that point a variation was introduced. It confirmed the psychologists: an outer stimulus altered the pattern. I think, indeed I'm pretty sure, I Am was just getting ready for his clean-up when his attention was distracted from himself. I can't be quite sure, for I only looked up when I heard a scrambling. He'd caught sight of one of those oddly inefficient but surprisingly nimble insects we used to call daddy longlegs. It was half-flying and half-hopping about. For some reason cats are easily aroused by them and, to chase them, even grooming or eating or sleeping by the fire will be instantly abandoned. Already the Siamese was boxing at it as it rose in the air and pouncing, as it alighted on the carpet. But always the insect just man-

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