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A Cat Named Darwin

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William Jordan’s “A Cat Named Darwin” [Dog-Eared Page, August 2016] touched me. Love is about communion, and talking can sometimes complicate a relationship. With animals, we don’t have the barrier of speech. We feel our way into a mutual love and respect. These are things I will remember the next time I fall in love. As an octogenarian, I hope it isn’t too late.

Maggie Constan Milton, Massachusetts
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