I'd like to see the bibliography for paragraph 3. I don't remember any of that. User:Old Dickens 20:05 15 Aug.2006
- Can't tell you the book, but I remember that he does that, too. BTW: The text should be wikified --Death 08:05, 16 August 2006 (CEST)
It's in Maskerade, I think: in the early chapters after the witches have finangled their way to a free coach trip. They stop at a coaching inn for the night, Greebo goes foraging for food, and discovers "Turn Human" is another way for a cat to get out of trouble. --AgProv 01:24, 30 April 2007 (CEST)
"renowned for once chasing a bear up a tree"
This has actually happened somewhere in the continental USA. I'll try to find the photos or links to.--AgProv 01:21, 30 April 2007 (CEST)
Hi! In "Wyrd Sisters" Greebo is first presented as a one-eyed cat. Later in Lancre castle Greebo has two (working?) eyes. Am I to understand e.g. that the other eye is blind? Does anyone know?
"Nanny Ogg also kept a cat, a huge one-eyed grey tom called Greebo who divided his time between sleeping, eating and fathering the most enormous incestuous feline tribe." (p.50)
"There was a cat sitting in the doorway. Its ears were a couple of perforated stubs, its eyes two yellow slits of easy-going malevolence, its tail a twitching series of question marks as it stared at him.
Greebo had heard that Lady Felmet had a small white female cat and had strolled up to pay his respects." (p.84) From 'Wyrd Sisters' Corgi edition reprinted 1994
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