MacKenzie, Compton Little Cat Lost
Netherlands The Macmillan Company 1965 First Printing Good in Good+ dust jacket
Illustrated by Boswell, James
Spine slightly slanted, some edgewear, ex-library with usual stamps. DJ in protective plastic cover taped to boards. Text has a few small smudges, otherwise clean and bright.
"Pure white cats, Compton Mackenzie tells us, are stone deaf. The hero of this tale is one white cat who doesn't let his deafness bother him. He has an inquiring mind and an adaptable nature; adaptable he has to be, because his adventures land him in ten different homes, where he is given ten different names. As he grows up from a frightened kitten to a self-reliant cat he becomes at one time or another a television personality, part of a magician's act, a gypsy cat, and very nearly a victim for the illegal fur trade."
Age Level: Grades 3-6; Ex-Library; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall