Butler & Tanner, The Selwood Printing Works, Frome and London
 The Zoological Society has now fitted up the building, which was formerly the Reptile House, with new cages, and to this “Cat House” the specimens above alluded to have been removed, together with other forms which were kept within the “Small Mammals’ House,” such as the Pampas Cat, the Ocelot, the Geoffroy’s Cat, Serval, etc.
 The number of visitors admitted on the occasion of this one-day show amounted to the grand total of 19,310.
 The above editorial note was added when the chapter appeared in The Animal World.
 The Latins had the happy expression mansuetus to express this idea.