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THE CAT, "I AM"

himself in and, in doing so, his hind leg, thrust out to give him drive, stamped right onto a page of a book he had thrown out and which was sprawling open.
" That was too much. My love of books won against my interest in natural history. I sprang forward, pulled him out by the scruff of his neck, and rearranged the shelf. But, in replacing the books, I noticed a vexing thing. I said I thought the cat had been distracted before he could settle down to his evening wash. Well, that was painfully obvious. His hind foot, the one with which he had done the big push, had obviously been still muddily damp. For it had left a complete imprint on the margin of the page. I brought the book to the light, hoping I might be able to wipe it clean before the mud dried in."
Innes stopped. Putting his hand down beside him in the chair, he fished up a volume, opened it, and put it on the broad arm of the chair near Hamilton's. Hamilton leaned across. True enough, on the outer border of the left-hand page, about halfway down, was a blur of mud stain rather like a large, clumsy asterisk stamped with a blunt rubber pad. "And you see," went on Innes, "the page is further spoiled." That was clear, too. One of the cat's hind claws had found purchase in the paper and had made a little tear right through the page. The two men looked for a moment at the damaged leaf. Then Innes remarked in an altered tone, "Do you notice anything else about this page?"
Hamilton scanned it. "No?" he questioned. Innes sighed, but all he actually said, as he remained looking down at the open book, was: "This game fish is not only deaf but so stupid that, though it can move quickly out of range when

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