“But what made Frosty really happy was to grab purses and dump their contents onto the floor. With much clatter, the most fascinating things always tumbled out and rolled around all over the place. The more loudly the women shrieked at this, the greater Frosty’s zeal. And Heaven help anyone who got down on the floor to retrieve her possessions. She only found herself involved in a game that was actually a contest to see whether Frosty could snatch all of her belongings away from her faster than she could pick them up.”
–Harriett E. Weaver. Frosty: A Raccoon to Remember. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1973. Quote on page 15.