Kitten Quotes

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Jeaniene Frost
“You called her Kitten? And she let you? She put me in a coma for three days when I
called her that! My balls never recovered from her smashing them into my spine!”
Jeaniene Frost, One Foot in the Grave

C.J. Roberts
“He was my tormentor and my solace; the creator of the dark and the light within.”
CJ Roberts, Captive in the Dark

Tamora Pierce
“You haven't been bit till a dragon does it.”
Tamora Pierce, Emperor Mage

Jeaniene Frost
“You arrogant...” thrust through the stomach of a snapping zombie, twisting and using all my strength to cleave him in half “... over published...” wasn't going to work, it clawed at the blade, and my God, these things were tough, “...showy old bat...” Crack! There went my head into the wall. If I didn't have a split skull, I'd be amazed. “What are you waiting for? Aren't you the king of all bogeymen? The legend children fear will devour them if they don't behave?”
“Come on, Vlad, live up to your reputation! If you can't burn to death one Egyptian vampire chained to a wall, how did you ever drive the Turks from Romania?”
“You did it!”
“Of course, I'm Vlad Tepesh, what did you expect?”
Jeaniene Frost, At Grave's End

Diana Wynne Jones
“You cannot rob robbers with a kitten in your hat!”
Diana Wynne Jones, Castle in the Air

Diana Wynne Jones
“The soldier was like that. He was an expert in getting other people to do what he wanted. The only creature that could make the soldier do something he did not want was Midnight, and Midnight did things she did not want only when Whippersnapper wanted something. That put the kitten right at the top of the pecking order. A kitten!”
Diana Wynne Jones, Castle in the Air

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“-¿Kitten?
-¿Si?
Sus ojos eran hermosos cuando se encontraron con los míos, luminosos y claros,y un largo momento se extendió entre nosotros. -Te amo." Daemon Black, Opposition.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Opposition

H.P. Lovecraft
“A dog is a pitiful thing, depending wholly on companionship, and utterly lost except in packs or by the side of his master. Leave him alone and he does not know what to do except bark and howl and trot about till sheer exhaustion forces him to sleep. 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, Cats and Dogs

“He giggled like a puppy being tickled by a kitten wearing a duckling costume.”
Jim Benton, Okay, So Maybe I Do Have Superpowers

Holly Smale
“Gary nips my finger and starts clawing his way up my shoulder, hissing like an angry kettle. It's just not natural for something so cute and fluffy to be so nasty.

I look at Nick in distress. "Why is he spitting at me?"
"Maybe he thinks he's a llama.”
Holly Smale, Geek Girl

Linda C. Marchman
“Purr more, hiss less”
Linda C. Marchman

Jeaniene Frost
“Then to top it all off, you were only reacting to me because you were impaired! That's rich! You know what those drugs did to you in the first dose, before the second one made you comatose? They killed the bug up your arse!"
With that, he yanked the stone off its setting and opened the passageway. My mouth hung open in outrage, and he pointed an emphatic finger at the exit.
"Out you go, before I lose my temper and we'll see how much you don't like kissing me.”
Jeaniene Frost, Halfway to the Grave

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“Some of the pressure squeezing the hell out of my chest lessened. I loved Kat. I was in love with her, and I was damn lucky she was alive. Despite all the craziness, the arguing and fighting, the lies and the miscommunication, I was in love with her. Was that such a shock? Not really. Truth be told, I fell for her the first time she mouthed off at me. I just hadn’t fully admitted it to myself.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Onyx

Robin Stevenson
“I stare past her at the inspirational kitten posters. There's one of a soaking-wet kitten climbing out of a toilet with the caption "it could be worse!"

"Just tell me whatever it is you're thinking," Mrs. Paulsen says. "Whatever is going through your mind right now."

"I hope they didn't actually drop a cat in the toilet to get that picture," I choke out.

"...Pardon?"

"Nothing. Sorry.”
Robin Stevenson, The World Without Us

Chloe Neill
“Tall, dark and handsome was hot. Tall, dark, and handsome with a nestled kitten? Atomic.
Chloe Neill

Carew Papritz
“I gather the last remnants of the evening’s breeze, so cool and lazy within my arms, feeling it curl up like a small and innocent kitten.”
Carew Papritz, The Legacy Letters: his Wife, his Children, his Final Gift

Martha Sweeney
“Got the itch? - Jared”
Martha Sweeney, Breathe In

Helen Harper
“soft and sweet to look at with a prickly personality and a streak of defiant personality. I smirked. Kitten. It suited her.”
Helen Harper

Patricia Lockwood
“I fuckin eat silence of crickets for fun. I got life after
life and a name like Baby. Every time I try to cry a tear
a new kittenhead grows out of me.”
Patricia Lockwood, Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals

Dominique Eastwick
“One does not buy someone a cat and it mean nothing.”
Dominique Eastwick, Sweet Christmas Kisses

Dominique Eastwick
“I have a kitten.” He said for lack of anything else and hoping it would stop her from hitting him full on with her Louisville Slugger.”
Dominique Eastwick, Sweet Christmas Kisses

Munia Khan
“Even a heart of a kitten is reliable, if you know how to rely on”
Munia Khan

Jonathan Grimwood
“We say cat tastes like chicken when, had we been weaned on kitten stew, we’d say chicken tastes like cat.”
Jonathan Grimwood, The Last Banquet

Brian South
“Nothing says you care like sending someone a kitten.”
Brian South, The Zombie Sheriff Takes Tucson: A Love Story

Leviak B. Kelly
“Cats, based on their corporeal existence, have a different view on trees even if one dismisses the fruit eating aspect. A closer look at common domestic feline behaviour makes these views spring forth like a kitten pouncing on a ball of yarn. It can be hard to miss.”
Leviak B. Kelly, Religion: The Ultimate STD: Living a Spiritual Life without Dogmatics or Cultural Destruction

Georgette Heyer
“Get up, brat, and for the lord's sake, smooth your hair! You look the most complete romp!'
Miss Wantage did her best to comply with this direction, but without any marked degree of success. Fortunately, the exigencies of the particular mode of hairdressing affected by his lordship obliged him to carry a comb upon his person. He produced this, dragged it through the soft, tangled curls, tied the hood-strings under Hero's chin, and, after a critical survey, said that it would answer well enough. Miss Wantage smiled trustfully up at him, and the Viscount made a discovery. 'You look just like a kitten!'
She laughed. 'No, do I, Sherry?'
'Yes, you do. I think it's your silly little nose,' said the Viscount, flicking it with a careless forefinger. 'That, or the trick you have of staring at a fellow with your eyes wide open. I think I shall call you Kitten. It suits you better than Hero, which I always thought a nonsensical name for a girl.'
'Oh, it is the greatest affliction to me!' she exclaimed. 'You can have no notion, Sherry! I would much rather you should call me Kitten.”
Georgette Heyer, Friday's Child

Jack Kerouac
“Ordinarily the death of a cat means little to most men, a lot to fewer men, but to me, and that cat, it was exactly and no lie and sincerely like the death of my little brother - I loved Tyke with all my heart”
Jack Kerouac, Big Sur

Laelia Starla
“Curiosity dangled a length of twine in front of her, and like the impulsive kitten she was, Alannah almost reached out to grab it.”
Laelia Starla, Winter's Maiden 1

Molly Brooks
“Bringing creatures to life all by yourself is mad-science territory. This is how people get eaten by their own creations, or grow prehensile tails.

Do you want to grow a prehensile tail, and end up like Dr. Gorges?”
Molly Brooks, Sanity & Tallulah

Michael Bassey Johnson
“On your journey to nature, take your cat along, and leave your car at home.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, Song of a Nature Lover

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