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  • Author:
    Nancy Winslow Parker
  • ISBN:
    0460060554
  • ISBN13:
    978-0460060554
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  • Publisher:
    Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (June 1, 1980)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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When Puddums, the Cathcarts' cat, decides to hang from the dining-room chandelier and refuses to come down, everyone is puzzled until the little girl next door offers wise advice concerning Puddums's strange ailment. Format: Library Binding. The illustrations are humorous and the storyline is one that any cat-owner can relate to. Anyone who owns a lazy, crazy cat will enjoy reading this book. It's especially suitable for those who like to spoil and cater to their cat's whims and idiosyncrasies.

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The childless Cathcarts dote on their orange cat Puddums, who lazes around all day and routinely has a drink of water from .

The childless Cathcarts dote on their orange cat Puddums, who lazes around all day and routinely has a drink of water from the dripping kitchen faucet, then licks himself clean, just before the two get home from work. On three straight days, when the Cathcarts return, the cat tears about and then collapses in one way or another; and the alarmed couple rush him to the vet. (Stereotypically, it is Mrs. Cathcart who shrieks, weeps, and becomes ""hysterical. ") Equally hysterical, it seems, is the vet, who blames the attacks, in turn, on asthma, high blood pressure, and fleas.

The book Puddums: the Cathcarts' Orange Cat, inspired by the antics of her niece Becky's cat, was so popular that . Nancy Winslow Parker died in 2015 in Lakewood, New Jersey, close to her summer home in Mantoloking on the Jersey Shore. IMDb Mini Biography By: ArtRoomsGallery.

The book Puddums: the Cathcarts' Orange Cat, inspired by the antics of her niece Becky's cat, was so popular that it was translated into French. A two-year-old's infatuation with pill bugs and crickets became Bugs (1987), a project that combined silly rhymes like "What made Nick's dog sick? A tick. with each bug's Latin name and a precise scientific description. Museum of Natural History.

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When Puddums, a normally sedate, carefree cat, gets a bad case of "the crazies," his owners are at a loss to find the proper treatment. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Parker, Nancy Winslow author illustrator. Publication Information. New York : Atheneum, 1980. When Puddums, a normally sedate, carefree cat, gets a bad case of "the crazies," his owners are at a loss to find the proper treatment. Parker, Nancy Winslow author illustrator.

Nancy Winslow Parker is the author and illustrator of numerous books for children, including Locks, Crocs, and .

Nancy Winslow Parker is the author and illustrator of numerous books for children, including Locks, Crocs, and Skeeters; Bugs, written by Joan Wright Richard.