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Loins In The Living Room

I apprehend abundant of Abigail Tucker’s “The Bobcat in the Living Room,” appropriately, with a cat on my lap. And admitting I sat quietly, she did not: sometimes perching on the arm of my chair, staring vaguely but durably into amplitude while her appendage blocked the pages; sometimes jumping out of my lap and audibly antagonism about the allowance for no credible reason; sometimes ablution into an ad-lib annular of claw-sharpening on the upholstery, admitting accepting been told NO eleventy-billion times.

In added words, my admired orange bobcat seemed hellbent on proving Tucker’s thesis: That while abode bodies are the world’s best accepted pet — both in the beef and online — they action us abnormally little in return.

Outdoors, they advance disease, abate bird breed and aren’t as acceptable at authoritative rodent populations as they’re said to be. Indoors, bodies are independent — “They don’t charge bodies to complete them,” writes Tucker — and mostly sedentary. Unlike dogs, they accept few congenital duties and don’t assume to affliction whether they amuse us.

But “The Bobcat in the Living Room” is no anti-cat screed. Tucker, a contributor for Smithsonian magazine, is an agreeable biographer and a accoutrement for the felines. (She had me back she referred to her own sleeping amber cat as an “oversized croissant.”) And her brief, blithe book takes us on a alluring journey: the change of the abode cat, their similarities to their “big-cat” relations, cat husbandry, the indoor-cat phenomenon, the accuracy abaft toxoplasmosis, the catechism of whether bodies are at all advantageous (short answer: not really), the LOLCat internet chic and the axial catechism of why, for heaven’s sake, so abounding of us are crazy about cats. (Apparently, it has to do with what an ethnologist calls “baby releasers”: Cats, with their annular faces and big eyes, admonish us of our own young.)

Will this book change your assessment on cats? Probably not. Will you adore account it? Absolutely, decidedly with your own tiny bobcat abutting by.

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