Kipling Box (The Cat Who Walked By Himself)
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He will kill mice and he will be kind to Babies when he is in the house,
just as long as they don't pull his tail too hard. But when he has done that,
between times, and when the moon gets up and night comes, he is the Cat
that walks by himself, and all places are alike to him. Then he goes out to
the Wet Wild Woods or up the Wet Wild Trees or on the Wet Wild Roofs, waving
his wild tail and walking by his wild lone.

-- Rudyard Kipling

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