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Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats - Page 5 of 41 - Kiwi Report

Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats


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[post_page_title]Eliot’s fabulous love of felines[/post_page_title]
While author and poet T.S. Eliot didn’t end up loving his book that was the source material for Cats, he did really love his own furry friends. He collected cats and adored giving them fantastical names, including George Pushdragon, Pettipaws, and Wiscus. Eliot also loved writing about cats, even beyond his ill-fated Book of Practical Cats. He also wrote and illustrated a short story about a cat named Jellyorum. He ended up giving the tale of tails as a present to his godson.

Eliot’s fabulous love of felines

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