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THE CAT, "I AM"

alarmed and then keep concealed, it seems unaware of his presence: when, after four or five days of such approach, during which he has become more and more clearly visible, he can stand right over the pool and spear it easily."
" You see," he said, looking up from the page, for he had been reading from it, "what I may perhaps call the cat's asterisk or sign manual is put alongside that passage ..:" He looked up at Hamilton, but the doctor had put out his hand and taken the book. "Big Game Fish," he read out to himself. "Well, that's healthy, outdoor sport."
Paying no attention to the comment, Innes completed his own sentence ..."and the cat's claw, like an accent stroke, is notched against the line which runs, `After four or five days of such approach . . : "
Hamilton cleared his throat. "Really, Innes," he said, closing the book and putting it aside, "you must take my opinion. There is nothing in all this. Nothing at all." Innes turned his head away. "Now, don't think I'm going to be stupidly back-slapping and tell you just not to have damn-fool fancies. But, first, you must take my word for it, my professional word, that all these little incidents which have," he paused for a word, "have so annoyed you, are, in themselves," he stressed the last word, "nothing, absolutely nothing."
Innes had sunk in his chair. Hamilton hurried a little; he must rouse the man. "And, secondly, I assure you, I give you my word, that you were right, very right to talk it all over with me. I want particularly to assure you that I've come across plenty of cases like this, plenty; quite common in my practice, quite common. Nothing to be alarmed over, if they're understood. Due to strain, you know, subconscious

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