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Pride and Prejudice and Kitties

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Where the adorable meets the absurd!
“Netherfield Park is marked at last.”
The news caused much romping at the Bennet household for,
as every cat knows, a handsome young tom in possession
of his own territory must be in want of a mate.
Pride and Prejudice and Kitties

Finally, Chick Lit meets Kit Lit! Pride and Prejudice and Kitties unites the enduring novelist with the endearing feline. Soulful Mr. Darcy gazes at Elizabeth with interest, admiration, or longing. Hysterical Mrs. Bennet complains that no one understands her, somnolent Mr. Hurst passes out after dinner, arrogant Lady Catherine hisses insults at Elizabeth. Pride and Prejudice works perfectly with cats!  Pride and Prejudice and Kitties is a book for cat-lovers, Austen-lovers, and people who love to laugh – in other words, just about everyone.

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Let me be rightly understood. This match, to which you have the presumption to aspire, can never take place.

Let me be rightly understood. This match, to which you have the presumption to aspire, can never take place.

I don't get it

“Help, we are all in an uproar!”

“Help, we are all in an uproar!”

Lizzy! Explain why your father sent me this book!

"I take this opportunity of soliciting yours, Miss Elizabeth, for the two first dances..."

“I take this opportunity of soliciting yours, Miss Elizabeth, for the two first dances…”

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"It now first struck her that she was selected from among her sisters as worthy of being the mistress of Hunsford Parsonage, and of assisting to form a quadrille table at Rosings..."

“It now first struck her that she was selected from among her sisters as worthy of being the mistress of Hunsford Parsonage, and of assisting to form a quadrille table at Rosings…”

Book Excerpt
Mrs. Bennet pounced on Mr. Collins as soon as he was alone in the room. She was alarmed, however, upon hearing of Lizzy’s refusal.

“Lizzy is a foolish cat and does not know dry food from wet,” she cried. Then she hastened to Mr. Bennet’s library and jumped up on his chair, which she often used as a scratching post. She began to sharpen her claws energetically. ”Mr. Bennet, we are all in an uproar!” she screeched. “Lizzy has scampered away from Mr. Collins and now Mr. Collins threatens to run away from Lizzy!”