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Hear and attend and listen, because this happened and behappened and became and was, O my Best Beloved, when the cattle were wild. The dog was wild and the Horse was wild, and wild cow and the sheep was wild and the Pig was wild - as wild as wild could be - and they walked in the Wet Wild Woods by their wild lones. But the wildest of all wild animals was the Cat. He walked by himself, and all places were alike to him.

Of course the man wanted. He was terrible game. He did not even begin to be tame till he met the woman, and she told him she does not want to live in his wild ways. She picked up a nice dry cave, rather than a lot of wet leaves, lie down, and she strewed clean sand on the floor, and they put a nice wood fire in the back of the cave, and she hung a dried wild horse skin, tail down, the opening of the cave, and she said, "Wipe your feet, dear, when you come in, and now we keep house."

That night, Best Beloved, they ate wild sheep roasted on the hot stones, and flavored with wild garlic and wild pepper and wild duck stuffed with wild rice and wild fenugreek and wild coriander and marrow-bones of wild oxen and wild cherry and wild grenadillas. Then the man went to sleep in the fireplace once so happy, but the woman sat up, combing her hair. She took the bone from the shoulder of mutton - the thick shoulder blade - and she looked at the great brands, and she threw more wood on the fire, and she made a Magic. She made the first Singing Magic in the world.

The Wet Wild Woods all the wild animals together where they could light the fire a long way to see you leave, and she wondered what it meant.

Then Wild Horse stamped with his wild foot and said: "O my friends and my enemies Oh, why did the man and the woman argued that large light in the big cave, and what will do us harm?"

Wild wild dog lifted his nose and smelled the smell of roast mutton, and said, "I will go up, look and see and say because I think it is. Cat, come with me. '

'Nenni! said the Cat. "I am the cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me. I will not come. '

"We can never be friends again, 'said Wild Dog, and he trotted off to the cave. But when he bit the cat said to himself away, "All places are the same for me. Why should not I go look and look and come to my own taste." So he slipped after Wild Dog softly, very softly, and hid himself where he could hear everything.

When Wild Dog of the mouth of the cave he lifted up the dried horse-skin with his nose and sniffed the beautiful smell of roast mutton, and the woman, looking at the shoulder, reached heard him, and laughed, and said, 'Here comes the first. Wild Thing from the big woods, what do you want? '

Wild Dog said, "My wife and enemy of my enemy, what is it that smells so good in the Wild Woods?"

The woman picked up a roasted mutton-bone and threw it to Wild Dog, and said: 'Wild Thing from the Wild Woods, taste and try. " Wild Dog gnawed the bone, and it was more delicious than anything he had ever tasted, and he said, "My wife and enemy of my enemy, give me another one."

The woman said, 'Wild Thing from the Wild Woods, help my husband to hunt by day and guard this cave at night, and I give you as many roast bones as you need. '

"Ah!" said the Cat, listening. "This is a very wise woman, but she is not as wise as I am."

Wild Dog crawled into the cave and laid his head on the lap of the woman and said, 'Oh, my friend and wife of my friend, I will help your husband to hunt through the day and at night I will Your Cave. '

"Ah!" said the Cat, listening. "That's a very silly dog." And he went back through the Wet Wild Woods waving his wild tail and walking by his wild lone. But he never told anyone.

When the man awoke, he said, 'What is Wild Dog doing here? " And the woman said, "His name is not Wild Dog anymore, but the first friend, because he will be our friend forever and ever and ever. Take it with you when you hunt. '

Next night the woman cut great green armfuls of fresh grass from the water meadows, and dried before the fire, so the smell of newly mown hay, and sat at the mouth of the cave, and woven from a halter of the horse-hide and she looked on the shoulder of mutton-bone - on the big wide shoulder - and she made a Magic. She made the Second Singing Magic in the world.

The Wild Woods all the wild animals away what had happened wild dog, and finally Wild Horse stamped with his foot and said, "I will look and say why Wild Dog has not returned. Cat, come with me. '

'Nenni! said the Cat. "I am the cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me. I will not come. "But he followed Wild Horse softly, very softly, and hid himself where he could hear everything.

When the woman heard Wild Horse tripping and stumbling about his long mane, she laughed and said, "Here comes the second. Wild Thing from the Wild Woods what do you want?"

Wildhorse said, "My wife and enemy of my enemy, where is Wild Dog?"

The woman laughed and grabbed the shoulder and looked at it and said, 'Wild Thing from the Wild Woods, you do not come here for the wild dog, but because of this good grass. "

And Wild Horse, tripping and stumbling over his long mane, said, "That's true, give me to eat."

The woman said, 'Wild Thing out of the Wildwoods, you wanted to bow the head and wear what I give, and thou shalt eat the wonderful grass three times a day. "

'Ah,' said the Cat, listening, 'this is a smart woman, but she is not as smart as I am. " Wildhorse bent his wild head, and the woman slipped the plaited hide halter over it, and Wildhorse blew the Woman's feet and said: 'O my Mistress, and wife of my master, I shall be your servant rejected because of its beautiful grass. '

'Ah,' said the Cat, listening, 'that is a very foolish Horse. " And he went back through the Wet Wild Woods waving his wild tail and walking by his wild lone. But he never told anyone.

When the man and the dog came back from hunting, the man said: 'What is Wild Horse doing here? " And the woman said, "His name is not Wild Horse, but the first servant, for he will carry us from place to forever and ever and ever place. Ride on his back when you go hunting.

The next day, held her head high that her wild horns would not be captured in the wild trees, wild cow came to the cave and the Cat followed, and hid himself just the same as before, and everything happened just the same as before, and the cat said the same things as before, and when wild cow had promised to give her milk every day to women in exchange for the beautiful grass, the Cat went back through the Wet Wild Woods waving his wild tail and walking by his wild single, exactly the same as before. But he never told anyone. And when the man and the horse and the dog came home from hunting and the same questions same as before, the woman said, "Her name is not wild cow gone, but the Giver of Good Food. It gives us the warm white milk forever and ever and ever, and I will take care of her while you and the first friend and the first servant go hunting.

The next day the cat was waiting to see if any other Wild thing would go up to the cave, but no one moved in the Wet Wild Woods, so that the cat walked by himself, and he saw the woman milking the cow, and he saw the light of the fire in the cave, and he smelled the scent of the warm white milk.

Kat said: "My wife and enemy of my enemy, which was going wild cow?"

The woman laughed and said, 'Wild Thing from the Wild Woods, to go back to the forest, because I have my braided hair, and I put away the magic blade, and we have no need of either friends or other servants in our Cave.

Kat said, "I am not a friend, and I'm not a servant. I am the cat who walks by himself, and I want to come into your cave. '

Woman said: "Why did not you come with First Friend on the first night?"

Cat grew very angry and said, 'Has Wild Dog told tales about me? "

The woman laughed and said, "You're the cat who walks by himself, and all places are equal to you. You're not a friend nor a servant. You said it yourself. Go away and walk them in all places alike. '

Cat did then to regret and said, 'Do I have never in the cave? Must I never sit by the warm fire? Must I never drink the warm white milk? You are very wise and very beautiful. You should not be cruel even a cat. '

Woman said: "I knew I was wise, but I did not know I was beautiful. So I will make an appointment with you. If I ever say a word in your praise you may come in the cave. '

"And when you say two words in my praise? said the Cat.

"I will never," the woman said, "but if I say two words in your praise, you can sit by the fire in the cave."

"And if you say three words?" said the Cat.

"I will never," the woman said, "but if I say three words in your praise, you can drink the warm white milk three times a day forever and ever and ever."

Then the Cat arched his back and said, "Now, let the curtain at the mouth of the cave and the fire at the back of the cave and the Milk-pots that stand beside the fire, and remember what my enemy the woman of my enemy said. "And he went away through the Wet Wild Woods waving his wild tail and walking by his wild lone.

That night when the man and the horse and the dog came home from hunting, the woman telling the appointment she had made with the cat because she was afraid she would not consent.

Cat went far and far away and hid in the Wet Wild Woods by his wild lone for a long time to the Woman forgot him. Only the Bat - the little upside-down bat - that hung in the cave, knew where Cat hid, and every evening Bat would fly to Cat with news of what happened.

One evening Bat said: "There is a baby in the Cave. He is new and pink and fat and small, and the woman is very fond of him. '

'Ah,' said the Cat, listening, 'but what is the baby love? "

"He loves things that are soft and tickle, 'said the Bat. "He loves to keep things warm in his arms when he goes to sleep. He loves being played. He loves all those things. '

'Ah,' said the Cat, listening, 'then my time has come. "

Next night Cat walked through the Wet Wild Woods and hid very near the Cave till morning-time, and man and dog and horse went hunting. The woman was busy cooking that morning, and the baby cried and interrupted. So they carried him outside the cave and gave him a handful of pebbles to play with. Still the baby cried.

Then the Cat put out his paddy paw and patted the baby on the cheek, and the Kurds and the Cat rubbed against its fat knees and tickled under her fat chin with his tail. And the baby laughed, and the woman heard him and smiled.

Then the Bat - the little upside-down bat - that hung in the mouth of the Cave said: "O my hostess and wife of my host mother and host of my Son, a Wild Thing from the Wild Woods is most beautifully playing with your baby. '

'A blessing on that Wild Thing whoever he may be, "the woman said, straightening her back," because I was a busy woman this morning and he gave me a service. "

That very minute and second, Best Beloved, the dried horse-skin curtain that was stretched tail down to the mouth of the cave was - whoosh -! Because it remembered the bargain she had made with the cat, and when the woman went to pick it up, lo and behold! - The cat was quite comfortable sitting in the cave.

"Oh my enemy and my wife and Mother enemy of my enemy," said the Cat, 'I am: for thou hast a word spoken in my praise, and now I can sit in the cave forever and ever and ever. But I am the cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me. '

The woman was very angry, and shut her lips tight and took her wheel and began to spin. But the baby was crying because the cat had gone and the woman could not hide because it struggled and kicked and grew up black in the face.

"Oh my enemy and my wife and Mother enemy of my enemy," said the Cat, 'take a portion of the wire you are spinning and tie it to your spinning circle and drag it along the floor, and I will show you a magic that your baby laugh is so loud when he cries. '

"I will do," said the woman, 'cause I'm at my wits end, but I will not grateful. "

She tied the thread on the spindle little clay ring and pulled him across the floor, and the Cat ran after it and patted him with his legs and rolled over the head and threw it back over his shoulder and chased it between his hind legs and did to lose it, and pounced down on the weather, the baby had cried laughing so hard, and scrambled after the Cat and frolicked around the cave to get tired and settled down to sleep with the cat in her arms.

'Now,' said the Cat, "I will sing the Baby a song that will keep him asleep for one hour. And he began to purr, loud and low, low and loud, the baby fell asleep. The woman smiled as she looked down at the two of them and said, "that was beautifully done. No question, but you're very clever, O Cat. '

That very minute and second, Best Beloved, the smoke from the fire at the back of the cave came down in clouds from the roof -! Puff pastry because it reminded the bargain she had made with the cat, and when it had cleared away - lo and behold - the cat was sitting quite comfortably near the fire.

"Oh my enemy and my wife and Mother enemy of my enemy," said the Cat, 'it's me, because half of you have spoken word in my praise, and now I can sit by the warm fire at the rear of the cave forever and ever and ever. But I am the cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me. '

Then the woman was very angry and had her hair and put more wood on the fire and brought the broad shoulder of the shoulder of mutton and began a Magic that should prevent her saying that third word in praise to of the cat. It was not a Singing Magic, Best Beloved, there was one more and Magic and by the Cave grew so still that a little wee-wee mouse crept out of the corner and walked across the floor.

"Oh my enemy and my wife and Mother enemy of my enemy," said the Cat, "is that little mouse part of your magic?"

"Ouh! Chee! No! "Said the woman, and she left the shoulder and jumped on the stool for the fire and braided up her hair very quickly for fear that the mouse has been run.

'Ah,' said the Cat, watching, 'then the mouse will not harm me when I eat? "

"No," said the woman, her hair in braids, "fast food and I will always be grateful to you."

Cat made one jump and caught the little mouse, and the woman said: "Hundreds of thanks. Even the first friend is not fast enough to catch little mice as you did. You should be very wise. '

That moment and the second O best Beloved, the Milk-pot that stood by the fire cracked in two pieces - ffft - because it remembered the bargain she had made with the cat, and when the woman jumped off the stool-- lo and behold - the cat was lapping up the warm white milk that lay in one of the broken pieces.

"Oh my enemy and my wife and Mother enemy of my enemy said the Cat, 'I am, because you have spoken three words in my praise, and now I can drink the warm white milk three times a day forever and always and forever. But I am the cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me. '

Then the woman laughed and put the cat a bowl of warm white milk and said "Oh Cat, you're as smart as a human being, but remember that your bargain was not made by man or dog, and I know not what they will do when they come home. '

"What is that for me?" said the Cat. "If I place in the cave by the fire and my warm white milk three times a day I do not care what the man or the dog can do."

That night when the man and the dog came into the Cave, the woman told them all the story of the bargain, while the cat was sitting by the fire and smiled. Then the man said: "Yes, but he has no deal with me and with all good men behind me." Then he took off his two leather boots and took his small stone hatchet (that makes three) and he took a piece of wood and a hatchet (that's five in total), and put them in a row and he said: "Now we will bargain. If you do not catch mice when you are in the cave forever and ever and ever, and will throw I have these five things at you when I see you, and so all proper Men do after me. "

"Ah," said the woman, listening, 'this is a very smart cat, but he is not as smart as my husband. "

The Cat counted the five things (and they looked very knobby) and he said: "I will catch mice when I was in the cave forever and ever and ever, but still I am the cat who walks by himself, and all both places are for me. "

"Not if I'm around," said the man. "If you had not said that I would last all these things put away for ever and ever and ever, but I am going to my two boots and my little stone ax (that makes three) to throw up if I meet you. And so all good Men do after me! '

Then the dog said, "Wait. He's not a bargain with me or with all good dogs after me. 'And he showed his teeth and said: "If you do not like the baby while I was in the cave forever and ever and ever, I will hunt you until you catch me, and if I catch you I'll bite. And so do all proper Dogs after me. '

"Ah," said the woman, listening, 'this is a very smart cat, but he is not as smart as the dog. "

Cat counted the Dog's teeth (and they looked very pointed) and he said: "I will love the baby, while I was in the cave, unless he was pulling my tail too hard, forever and ever and ever. But I am the cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me. '

"Not if I'm around," said the dog. "If you had not said that last I would have my mouth closed forever and ever and ever, but now I am going to hunt you on a tree if I have to meet. And so, all dogs do right after me. "

Then the man's shoes and his two small stone hatchet (that makes three) threw on the Cat and the Cat ran out of the cave and the dog chased him into a tree, and from that day to this, Best Beloved, three proper men of the five will always throw things at a Cat whenever they meet him, and all good Dogs will chase him in a tree. But the Cat keeps his side of the bargain too. He will kill mice and he will be good for babies when he entered the house, as long as they do not pull his tail too hard. But when he did that, and between times, and when the moon gets up and night comes, he's the cat who walks by himself, and all places are equal to him. Then he goes 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.

PUSSY can sit by the fire and sing, Pussy can climb a tree, or playing with a silly old cork and string To'muse himself, not me. But I like Binkie my dog, because he Lnows how to behave, So, Binkie's the same as the first friend, and I am the man in the Cave.

Pussy play man-Friday till It's time to wet her paw and make her walk on the window sill (For the footprint Crusoe saw), why her tail and stables fluffles and scratches and will not attend. But Binkie will play whatever I choose, and he is my first real friend.

Pussy will rub my knees with her head Pretending she loves me hard, but very little I go to my bed Pussy runs into the yard, And there she stays till the morning light, so I know it's only like, but Binkie, he snores at my feet all night, and he is my friend Firstest!

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