Besides, here was Boo, lumbering out of the shadows purring loudly. Knowing that if she didn't humor him the cat would probably sit on her face, she opened the blanket and let him curl up inside it against her.
– Jame's narration, God Stalk, "Chapter 3: Into the Labyrinth"
↑ 1.01.1Seeker's Mask, "Part I", III — " 'He is not full-grown… well, not quite… and he doesn't know he's an ounce. A tabby cat named Boo raised him.' "
↑ 2.02.1God Stalk, Book I: Tatters of Dusk, "Chapter 2: The House of Luck-Bringers" — "[The cat] was rather hard to overlook, being very large, very close and, in fact, very solidly sitting on her chest. […] She was trying to dislodge the beast, who only responded with a loud purr, when a woman darted into the room crying, 'Boo, you great lump!' and heaved it off her chest onto the floor, rump first. […] 'You haven't been smothered, have you? I mean, it would be a bit much after surviving the Feast of Dead Gods to be done in by Mistress Abernia's pet tabby, wouldn't it?'"
↑God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 9: A Matter of Honor" — "Boo lumbered in from the courtyard, clamoring for the tidbits, which no one was supposed to give him. Cleppetty surreptitiously put a few choice pieces down on a saucer for him,"
↑God Stalk, Book I: Tatters of Dusk, "Chapter 2: The House of Luck-Bringers" — "On such nights she would take a blanket and go up to the fourth story solar to sleep, if she could, and often to wake in the cold dawn with Boo snuggled warmly against her."