In “How a Cat Played Robinson Crusoe,” what inference can be made about the cat?
She learns to love the island more than her human family.
She will continue to hunt even after she is reunited with her human family.
She prefers living with her human family to living alone.
Living alone on the island changes how she feels about her human family.
Which evidence from the text best supports the inference in Part A?
“And she herself, in being forced back upon her instincts, had learned to be contented.”
“…she went racing across to the landing place—to be snatched up into the arms of four happy children at once…”
“…the young grass alive with nesting birds, the prisoner’s life became almost pleasant in its easy abundance.”
“From now on, her life in the winter wild, though strenuous, was no longer one of any terrible hardship.”