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Why cats are better than dogs

Why cats are better than dogs


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Why cats are better than dogs

The cat is far superior in every respect, and is a far more interesting animal. The dog does not have so acute a sense of smell, nor, when he has once learned to speak, so much power of expression, in short, in nearly all respects he is inferior to the cat. The cat is clever, inquisitive, suspicious, timid, treacherous, fickle, and inconstant. You will find the cat full of the utmost sagacity, the most affectionate and faithful. The dog, on the other hand, is full of good nature and generosity. He will suffer you to be a thief or an assassin. He is faithful only in certain cases. The dog is not so suspicious as the cat, and in general is more easily taught to speak. But he is not clever, either. He is dull, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, and yet his stupidity renders him almost irresistible. With all these deficiencies he possesses one very great advantage over the cat. He is the best house dog in the world. He will sleep on the table or on your bed. He will eat out of your hand. He will wash himself in your best clothes, and he will lick your face without knowing he is doing it. A dog will eat an egg with you. A dog will eat everything with you. No cat will do this, no cat will eat anything with you. And if your dog is a good, honest, kind-hearted creature, and has been well trained and brought up, there is not a thing he will not do for you. He will go without food for days together in order to protect his master from a bad cold. He will defend him with his life from a mob. He will follow and kill and bring back some beast or bird to eat or to strangle. He will bring you bad luck if he is cross-eyed. He will run through fire to save your life. He will not eat his master’s dinner, but he will lick your face all over. He will bark all night, and yet will not bark for nothing. The cat barks at everything, the dog barks only for a good reason. The dog can do nothing for you unless you ask him to do it, but the cat will do everything for you. His one great fault, his one fatal defect, is that he is the devil himself. It is his inextinguishable energy of life which makes him the terror of mankind. The dog is good only in moderation, the cat never is, except at first. When the cat gets old, the devil is still there, the cat gets older and older, until it becomes senile. It dies without a sound and without any suffering. A cat is good for a hundred years, a dog, for ten. You see your cat’s old age coming, you do not see the dog’s. A good dog will live to be twenty, he may live to be forty, but his old age begins with twenty. But what is the difference between a good dog and a good cat? What is the difference between a good cat and a good dog? Nothing, they are both good dogs.” — H. S. Olcott,

“The Good News About the Master of the World

We have come to live in the days of the second coming of the master of the world. Christ is alive, and there will be a resurrection of the dead, and the rapture of the church will soon begin. We have to prepare for the great crisis before the great Day. We have to be ready. This book is to tell what I believe and why I believe it. I believe in Christ. I believe in a great Church of Christ that has been divided by the great fall. Christ will not be long away, and the church has been scattered by the fall. When Christ comes the church will be gathered again, and be caught up and raptured out of this world. The last things are ahead. The second coming of Christ is ahead. I believe there is a great day to come. A great harvest is coming. Great armies are coming that are coming here to make war against the great dragon.

I believe that one third of the human race is to be saved, or be with the Lord, and that one third of the human race is to be damned. I believe that the two thirds of the human race that has not believed in Christ has been deceived by evil angels, and that they will suffer the last punishment.

I believe the gospel to be just what Christ has said it to be. I believe it to be true and free. I believe the truth to be in it, so it is true and free, and there is no fear in it.

I believe that the world is now in the time of its great crisis. I believe that God has raised up a mighty warrior to fight the great dragon, and in me and in you is the power of God and the light of God in the world.

I believe in Christ, that is all I believe.”

— H. S. Olcott,

On the Day of Judgment, November 1, 1884

The following was found in a sealed envelope in the back of an old box in which the papers of Mr. Olcott and others are stored. After this paper was published, Mr. Olcott found this note.

“The above was written on the same day by Henry Martyn Baker. The handwriting is very similar to the one on this statement, yet Mr. Baker says this statement is not his writing. (Note: Baker said this statement was written by Mr. Olcott, who is standing next to him. He says this in a deposition to the effect of a book or manuscript). I have made these notes to show the exact truthfulness of Mr. Olcott’s statement.”

— H. S. Olcott,

Manuscript, March 20, 1903

This is the statement taken down in the evening of July 27, 1900, by H. S. Olcott and Thomas William Shaw, from which I have taken these notes. I also have seen this statement transcribed, but the handwriting on that statement does not resemble that which Mr. Olcott claims on this statement.

— H. S. Olcott,

Manuscript, March 20, 1903

— H. S. Olcott,

“I shall do nothing. It is God who must bring the deliverance of the world.”

— H. S. Olcott,

Manuscript, March 20, 1903

— H. S. Olcott,

Manuscript, March 20, 1903

The foregoing was written by William Muir, a brother-in-law of the editor of the New York Herald, and I have also seen this statement transcribed. It is very similar to the one given on this statement.”

— H. S. Olcott,

Manuscript, March 20, 1903


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