Cat Quotes

There has never been a cat
Who couldn’t calm me down
By walking slowly
Past my chair.
— Rod McKuen

If I tried to tell you how much I love my cats, you wouldn’t believe me – unless your heart is also meow-shaped and covered in stray fur. — Lexie Saige

A cat’s eyes are windows enabling us to see into another world. — IRISH LEGEND

How you behave toward cats here below determines your status in Heaven. — Robert A. Heinlein

Cat’s Motto: No matter what you’ve done wrong, always try to make it look like the dog did it — Anonymous

To err is human, to purr, feline. — Robert Byrne

I care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it. — Abraham Lincoln

People who love cats have some of the biggest hearts around. — Susan Easterly

What greater gift than the love of a cat? — Charles Dickens

If you yell at a cat, you’re the one who is making a fool of yourself. — Unknown

When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam, may luck be yours on Halloween. Author Unknown

If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve man, but it would deteriorate the cat. — Mark Twain

A dog, I have always said, is prose; a cat is a poem. — Jean Burden

A cat improves the garden wall in sunshine, and the hearth in foul weather. — Judith Merkle Riley

No heaven will not ever Heaven be; Unless my cats are there to welcome me. — Anonymous

Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day. It is amazing how much love and laughter they bring into our lives and even how much closer we become with each other because of them. — John Grogan

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but the cat still had eight lives left. — Mark Woods

The cat is above all things, a dramatist. — Margaret Benson

You cannot live with a paw in each world. — Erin Hunter

Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened. — Anatole France

A cat, however, is never without the potentialities of contentment. Like a superior man, he knows how to be alone and happy. Once he looks about and finds no one to amuse him, he settles down to the task of amusing himself; and no one really knows cats without having occasionally peeked stealthily at some lively and well-balanced kitten which believes itself to be alone. ― H.P. Lovecraft