Tolstoy: Do you ever think about life, death, and eternity?
Boots: I try to, but I keep nodding off.
Dickens: My wife has had our sixth child!
Bandit: Me old mum did that in her first litter, and she were wery ‘umble!
Shakespeare: I’ve known Kit Marlowe since he was a beardless youth
Ladycat: I have never known a whiskerless kitten
Boots: Cats hear things people don’t
Virginia: As do I!
Tolstoy: I require a quill pen at once
Bandit: What kind of bird should I grab?
Ladycat: I am the queen of the house. Feed me!
Virginia: I am the queen of the can opener. Leave me!
Back after Labour Day!
Bandit: Bandit is willing!
Dickens: Bandit is fixed!
Shakespeare: If music be the food of love, play on!
Bandit: Purr, purr, purr
Tolstoy: Why do fate and destiny place such restrictions upon my freedom?
Ladycat: Even a cat may look at a Tsar.