Here included some of the quotes about cats by famous persons.
Victor Hugo (French poet, novelist, dramatist of the Romantic movement)Edit
God invented the cat so that man would have a tiger to caress in his home.
Albert Schweitzer (German philosoper)Edit
There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.
Theophile Gautier (French poet, dramatist, novelist)Edit
It is no small matter to gain the affection of a cat. He is a philosopical animal, tenacious in his own habits, fond of order and neatness, and disinclined to extravagant sentiment. He will be your friend, if he finds you worthy of friendship, but not your slave.
Charles Baudelaire (French poet)Edit
Both ardent lovers and austere scholars, when once they come to the years of discretion, love cats, so strong and gentle, the pride of the household, who like them are sensitive to the cold and sedentary.
Rainer Maria Rilke (Bohemian-Austrian poet & novelist)Edit
Life and a cat, too: this is incredible bounty, I swear it!
Jean Cocteau (French poet)Edit
I love my cats because I love my home, and little by little they become its visible souls.
Colette (French novelist & performer)Edit
There are no ordinary cats.