Beever & Company

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Front cover of Beever & Company.

Beever & Company is a non-fiction book by Joseph A. Davis, illustrated by his own drawings and by photographs. Published in 1969, by Harper & Row, it describes the author's living with a series of animals, including Pixie, a Fennec; Otters Beever, Flump, and Mimsy; Joey, a Clawless Otter; Samaki (Sam), a Spot-necked Otter, inspiration for the novel Samaki: The Story of an Otter in Africa.[1]


  1. Davis, Joseph A. Beever & Company. New York: Harper & Row, 1969.