This article is from the Kurt Vonnegut FAQ, by George A Cooley email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
Well, the short answer is "lots of luck." Though listed under "by the
same author" in thousands of recent publications of KV's books, this book
has been out of print for years, and is rumored to be selling for over
$100 a copy now. It isn't worth going after unless you are a serious
collector, because all it really is is 11 of the 22 stories that are also
in "Welcome to the Monkey House," plus one extra, entitled "Hal Irwin's
So what are the twelve stories in "Canary in a Cathouse"? Courtesy of
Jeff Rhodes (firstname.lastname@example.org), they are:
"Report on the Barnhouse Effect"
"All the King's Horses"
"The Manned Missiles"
"The Euphio Question"
"More Stately Mansions"
"The Foster Portfolio"
"Deer in the Works"
"Hal Irwin's Magic Lamp"
"Tom Edison's Shaggy Dog"
"Unready to Wear"
"Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow"