“When a man loves cats, I am his friend and comrade, without further introduction.”
– Mark Twain
Mark Twain was not only the humorist and writer that put American literature on the map, but a cat lover as well! He lived a very hard life that was laced with tragedy after tragedy. Still, he was able to capture the love of people all across America taking inspiration from his darkest moments. He was known to enjoy having several cats at a time. To me, it appears that he liked cats far better than he liked other humans. Cats appear in his writing with great affection. The word search below uses some of the names of Mark Twain’s cats (he had a sense of humor in naming them). You can read more about Mark Twain’s life on July’s Cats in Art post.
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I got a score of 17,838 on this word search. Can you get a higher one? The faster you find all of the words, the higher your score will be.
Instructions for the Interactive Word Search
- Words from the word list on the right are hidden within the puzzle. The words may be spelled forward, backward, or on a diagonal.
- Click on the first letter of the word, drag the cursor across the word, and click on the last letter of the word.
- The puzzle is finished once you have found all of the words.
- The faster you complete the word search, the higher your score will be.