Let me begin by saying that for most of my life, I saw myself as a “dog” person. Cats were okay, but I just never could figure them out. Until my daughter got her very first kitten. We now have fourteen cats (most of them have been tamed by my daughter and me), and I could relate to this book in a very real way. In fact, I realized that my fourteen cats don’t wreak as much havoc as the six in this book!
This book is written in a wonderfully humorous style, and it is so fun to get into the actual psyche of the cats. They have conversations and write letters–not too bad, right? And I can so sympathize with the man in this story. I think I feel that I have a better understanding of my cats–or at least, I hope I do!
If you love cats, I promise you that you will like this book. There are plenty of references to popular culture and even a throwback to the classics and history. After all, these cats are pretty smart, and it’s nice to know that sometimes they are willing to share their intelligence with us. There are no major problems with profanity, and you can rest assured that there are no sexual situations. I think even your kids may like this. I have considered showing it to my daughter! I know she would get a kick out of it.
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
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