Searle's Cats

Searle s Cats The world of cats is humorously depicted in this well known collection of illustrations World renowned cartoonist Ronald Searle has satirically but lovingly portrayed his feline friends in outlandish

  • Title: Searle's Cats
  • Author: Ronald Searle
  • ISBN: 9780285637313
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The world of cats is humorously depicted in this well known collection of illustrations World renowned cartoonist Ronald Searle has satirically but lovingly portrayed his feline friends in outlandish almost human entanglements A remarkably hairy cat facing a dandruff problem, a vanity stricken balding cat wearing an unsuitable wig, and a cat of a thousand disguises conceThe world of cats is humorously depicted in this well known collection of illustrations World renowned cartoonist Ronald Searle has satirically but lovingly portrayed his feline friends in outlandish almost human entanglements A remarkably hairy cat facing a dandruff problem, a vanity stricken balding cat wearing an unsuitable wig, and a cat of a thousand disguises concealing itself as a rug are just some of the witty full color illustrations that everyone, but cat lovers in particular, will find irresistible.

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    1. Searle's cats ride again; the back cover pictures one of them reining in (or trying desperately to rein in) a horse!The book opens with a cat in a classical urn holding a spray or two of psychedelic flowers then, in a role reversal, a goldfish leaps out of its bowl to grab the 'inefficient' cat by the back. A barren cat tries to hatch an infertile egg, a decidedly happy cat in the bath is blissfully unaware that the house is on fire and then there is a rather timid cat in wolf's clothing!There i [...]

    2. Very very funny book with hilarious drawings of 'Searle's cats'. I found this book second hand somewhere, I see it is published in 1967, pretty old, but hey, cats are cats great fun. Found it again cleaning out my office cabinet great find, once again!

    3. The story and its accompanying art are a little wiggy, but I've always found this to be a sweet and funny book. Kinda like Jim Hansen meets Crumb.

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