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AMORY LETS CAT OUT OF THE BAG AND INTO A BOOK
[FINAL EDITION, C]
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Mahany, Barbara
Date: Nov 8, 1987
Start Page: 5
Section: TEMPO
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Inside, before the great marble hearth of Rhoda Pritzker's East Lake Shore Drive drawing room, Cleveland Amory-rescuer of burro, spray painter of baby seal, best friend of beast-entertained guests with tales of the same.

Amory, the curmudgeonly chronicler of Society's demise in America who later went on to found the Fund for Animals, turned downright darling when it came to talk of Polar Bear, the orphaned alley cat he rescued 10 Christmas Eves ago and who today is the star of Amory's new book, "The Cat Who Came for Christmas."

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