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"Dewey Readmore Books (November 18, 1987 – November 29, 2006) was the library cat of the Spencer, Iowa, Public Library. Having been abandoned in the library's drop box in January 1988, he was adopted by the library and gained local attention for his story shortly thereafter. His fame soon grew nationally, then internationally, and he was featured in a variety of mediums, including Paul Harvey's radio program The Rest of the Story and a Japanese documentary about cats. His story became so well known that, after his death in December 2006, his obituary was featured in more than 270 newspapers worldwide. Dewey's caretaker, head librarian Vicki Myron, published a book on Dewey's life in 2008, entitled Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World, which became a New York Times number one nonfiction bestseller." -- Wikipedia
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Just found your puzzles am following you now thank you for the beautiful selections you have and thank you for this gorgeous puzzle
of Dewwy

He is lovely. I will look for the books. Great name. Thank you.

I got to know and love Dewey through the book about him by his librarian "mom." He was definitely a special cat! This is a nice picture of him - better than most of the ones in the book!

Lovely puzzle Mischka!

jubatis

I loved that Dewey from the Library. He was so cool.

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I enjoyed the Dewey books. Thanks for this puzzle!

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