J. Carver Pusey was a newspaper cartoonist best known for his 1930s pantomime strip, Benny. His first strip was Cat Tales, which was also mostly pantomime (wordless), though a few feature vaudeville-style gags. Cat Tales ran in the mid- to late 1920s (and a brief resurgence in the 1930s), with the same strips showing up in different newspapers in different years. This collection brings together many of his Cat Tales strips, often silly, sometimes sly, featuring the antics of anthropomorphic felines and their very human foibles.