The Cat and the King by Raymond F. Jones:
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"A cat can, of course, look. But this was a remarkable cat: it didn't look. It watched. There's a rather important difference —"
('The Cat and the King' by Raymond F. Jones)
A biological feline with mechanical parts.
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