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Potato, a Book Cat

Darkkin

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To borrow the line, 'Say hello to my little friend,' who ironically enough is 14 pounds of Oph! This is Potato Cat. He is my friend and one of my common ground subjects to bridge things like introductions. He is an introverted, occasional charming asshole of a cat, who miraculously doesn't eat my plants or jump on my kitchen counter. He is the keeper of my reading lists and is a total ham.
 
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Darkkin

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Potato is actually my second literary feline. CatCat was my original Book Cat for two decades before we said goodbye.
 

Darkkin

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To be fair I corrupted Potato Cat from a very young age, (7 weeks old). This was from the second day we had him, not quite a week since CatCat passed. I had decided to reread Harry Potter because Potato, (insert sappiness) was my 'Boy Who Lived'. We needed him far more than he needed us.

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Darkkin

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Grimalkin in King of the Wind by Marguerite Henry or the new graphic novel series Inkblot.
 

Darkkin

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A couple of new additions to my library (affectionately known as my book hoard). I love information and illustrations, when I get both even better.
 
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