Walk into many used book stores (if you can still find one) and chances are good it will have a cat roaming around. For some reason, cats are literary creatures, so it’s no surprise that many authors have created novels featuring cats as major characters.

In “The Master and Margarita,” a gun-crazy, vodka-swilling cat hangs around Satan in the 1930s around Moscow. How someone thought of this story likely involved a lot of vodka and a lot of frustration with communism rule in Russia.

If reading about cats sounds interesting, you may want to learn about other novels featuring cats as major characters by clicking here.

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