A. N. Wilson's children's book The Tabitha Stories is about the daughter of Stray's main character.
One of the assumptions of the novel is that cats do not name themselves; as described by the main character: "we do not have names, any more than the Gods themselves have names. The habit of naming is a human one."
- Wilson, A. N. Stray. London: Walker Books, 1989. p. 21.
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