27 JUNE 1896, Page 34

[To TEE EDITOR OF TEl " BrzerAToa."] SIR,—I think that

the following fully equals any instance of cat adventure given in the Spectator. I observed one day a large white favourite cat galloping across the lawn towards the open window pursued and pecked at by two blackbirds. When the animal reached me I found that she had a young bird in her mouth, much alarmed, but luckily unhurt, and I restored it to its anxious parents.—I am, Sir, &c., A. E. L.