Ross, Geraldine. (1958). Scat the witch's cat. (Pictures by Kurt Werth). New York: McGraw-Hill. PRIM-FIC R8243sc
"Mrs. Stitch, the witch, had many animals--a snake named Jake, an owl named Scowl, a bat named Brat, and a crow named Joe. But best of all was a black and small, thinly flat cat named Scat... This is the story told in rhyme of how Scat escapes to a happy home where he stays inside on a Certain Day each year with his eyes closed." Publisher's note
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