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Animal Lover

Mark Halpin

Cryptograms, once proper spacing is restored, decode to the following quotes:

O Oysters, come and walk with us!...a pleasant walk, a pleasant talk along the briny beach. (The Walrus and the Carpenter)

I’ll just have to save him. Because, after all, a person’s a person no matter how small. (Horton Hears a Who)

Yes, it’s sad, believe me, Missy, when you’re born to be a sissy, without the vim and verve. (If I Only Had the Nerve)

If I could sit high, how much greater I’d be! What a king! I’d be ruler of all that I see! (Yertle the Turtle)

I love Christmas. Wilbur is so full of the spirit of giving, and I’m so full of the spirit of receiving. (Mister Ed)

They haven't got Brains, any of them, only grey fluff that's blown into their heads by mistake, and they don't Think. (The House at Pooh Corner)

Solvers must identify the type of animal speaking in each case, and encode that animal into the cipher used on that quote, as follows:


The concatenated clue “Brit who told readers of Johnny Town-Mouse” leads to the answer BEATRIX POTTER.