Friday Fun: Iconic Writers and Their Cats


How could I resist?…

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Literary Hub recently had a feature on Four Iconic Writers and the Felines Who Loved Them. Needless to say, all four were male writers and Alessandra Asteriti responded to my RT of that article: ‘Is the assumption that all women love cats because you know ‘women’, or are there no iconic female writers, or what?’ So I decided to redress the balance with a few pictures of iconic women writers and their cats.

Colette favoured Chartreux cats and helped to revive interest in the decimated species after WW2, from thegreatcat.org

Barbara Pym, from The Awl.

Patricia Highsmith had cats throughout her life and her many house moves. Not just Siamese, if I understood correctly. From wwnorton on tumblr.

Ursula Le Guin with her friend, from Pinterest.

Tove Jansson favoured black cats and even took them on the island in summer, from mtv.fi

Muriel Spark, copyright Alan Riding for New…

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