C. S. Lewis on Dogs and Cats

C. S. Lewis on Dogs and Cats

Yes, he had an opinion:

To Mary Willis Shelburne (3/21/1955): “We were talking about Cats & Dogs the other day & decided that both have consciences but the dog, being an honest, humble person, always has a bad one, but the Cat is a Pharisee and always has a good one. When he sits and stares you out of countenance he is thanking God that he is not as these dogs, or these humans, or even as these other Cats!” (3:587).

See a long list of Lewis quotes from Andy Naselli.

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