I thought this was going to be full of funny cat tales of mischief and mayhem. The tales were entertaining and interesting don't get me wrong, but I'm not yet sure if I was disappointed or not to find it was not quite what I expected.
The stories made me think that this is the way all felines think, and for a while I got carried away by the feeling that the cat's perspective was entirely real and plausible. Then I pulled myself up and realised these were not biographies/memoirs but plain fiction, yet done in a very believable way.
This one is tricky to call and I'm not sure what to make of it but I would encourage those who love cats to read it. I really want to fault it but I can't, yet it doesn't quite deserve more than a 3* rating, which just indicates that it's worth a read.