„I do not care about "weeks", and every week is a cat week with me.“

—  Robertson Davies, Context: The first week of this month was International Cat Week, and as the cat is, above all animals, the writer's pet, I suppose I should have written something about it. But I do not care about "weeks", and every week is a cat week with me. mehitabel (1959).
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