A Man with a Cat is a jack of all trades, and master of none. Well, maybe some. He doesn’t normally talk in the third person, but understands that it is the traditional grammatical style for biographical notes. He turns unusual and sometimes forgotten 13th-19th century works of English language Non-Fiction, Poetry and Prose into properly narrated, professionally produced audio books. This involves finding books, editing them for a modern audience, and recording a narration track in velvety tones (British Received Pronunciation, of course)
Perkin Warbeck (The Cat) is a Filial No. 6 Stud Book Tradition Savannah Cat, Mother Pinellacatoca, Sire Tavon. At birth, he was known as Eckhart, but adopted the pseudonym Oliver for his career as the prime stud for Manimar Wildcats in Lincoln, siring 31 kittens in 9 litters. Subsequent to the mutually agreed conclusion of his exhausting but rewarding 6 month career, he elected to relocate to the South West of England to work on his memoirs and murder pigeons.