I am a great fan of Denis O'Connor, and have read and re-read his first two books many times, so I was delighted to learn he had published another book. However, this is a very different read from the other two. To say I 'enjoyed' it would not be strictly true, as some of the incidents he reports are quite shocking. It says a great deal of him that in spite of his troubled childhood he has turned out to be such a gentleman himself, and that he would appear to believe that there is a God, in spite of such a repressive religious upbringing. There is no doubt that his inherent feeling for animals and nature were his salvation, and I think this comes across well in the book. If Denis O'Connor finds the time, energy and inspiration to write another book, I would really love to hear more about Toby Jug, the little cat he rescued which we read about in 'Paw Tracks in the Moonlight.' This first book covers his first year with Toby Jug, and metions his sad ending, but I'm sure there must have been many more adventures that the two of them enjoyed together in the intervening years. How about it, Denis?