15 Cat Quotes Of Robert A Heinlein

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Robert A Heinlein book quotes

One can lead a child to knowledge but one cannot make him think.
– Robert A Heinlein

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Robert A Heinlein cat quotes

Never try to outstubborn a cat.
Robert A Heinlein – Time Enough For Love

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Robert A Heinlein best quotes

Women and cats do what they do; there is nothing a man can do about it
Robert A Heinlein – The Cat Who Walks Through Walls

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Robert A Heinlein Have Space Suit—Will Travel quotes

When you read about chemistry and physics, you want to do them too.
Robert A Heinlein – Have Space Suit—Will Travel

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Robert A Heinlein book quotes

Never try to out-stubborn a cat.
– Robert A Heinlein

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Robert A Heinlein cat quotes

Once can lead a child to knowledge but one cannot make him think.
– Robert A Heinlein

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Robert A Heinlein  quotes

Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.
– Robert A Heinlein

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Robert A Heinlein Have Space Suit—Will Travel cat quotes

I had never been much interested in Pluto, too few facts and too much isolation.
Robert A Heinlein – Have Space Suit—Will Travel

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Robert A Heinlein  quotes

Cats, like butterflies, need no excuse.
– Robert A Heinlein

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Robert A Heinlein book quotes

Mother had the social restraint of an ambassador.
Robert A Heinlein – Have Space Suit—Will Travel

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cat quotes

The Mother Thing makes our world.
Robert A Heinlein – Have Space Suit—Will Travel

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Robert A Heinlein Have Space Suit—Will Travel quotes

More depended on the student than on the school.
Robert A Heinlein – Have Space Suit—Will Travel

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Grumbles from the Grave cat quotes

There are only five things really worth drawing; four of them are pretty girls and the fifth is cats.
Robert A Heinlein – Grumbles From The Grave

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Robert A Heinlein book quotes

I woke up in bed with a man and a cat. The man was a stranger; the cat was not
Robert A Heinlein – The Cat Who Walks Through Walls

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Friday best quotes

The coldest depth of Hell is reserved for people who abandon kittens.
Robert A Heinlein – Friday