Monday, January 11, 2016
Nonfiction Five 2010
Elfine [the cat] continued to thrive, and when she wasn't dozing she became, indeed, a great ratter. Or at least we think she did. The presence of rats and mice had been evidenced by their turds, little black pellets dotted about all over the house and terrace. Soon they disappeared altogether, which led us to one of two conclusions; either she was killing rats and mice very effectively or she was eating their turds. p 123
(Found in digital clutter of draft posts, apparently from 2010. I'm going to post some of these old posts as TBT posts here for the next little while.
I remember liking this book; I like Spain and travel memoirs)
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