Miscellany, Jun. 21, 1943

Animal Kingdom. In Boise, Idaho, Mrs. Lee Berry took two dozen baby chicks into her house to keep them warm, thereby exhausted her pointer, Sandy, who stood with nose and tail extended and one forefoot raised for four hours. In Atlantic City, Clifford H. Lee got his German shepherd back from Dogs for Defense, which had given up trying to make Fritz bite the enemy. In Chicago, Joseph Bosnyak, whose wife liked cats, got a divorce after he had testified: "I ate with cats. I slept with cats. ... It was nothing for me to wake up ... and find...

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