RELEASE DATE: March 15, 2021
Two shelter cats tackle a mysterious puss with bizarre powers who’s terrorizing the feline neighborhood.
Hardly have timorous (and aptly named) Poop and her subtle buddy, Pasha, been introduced residence by their new “human beans” for a two-week trial than they’re accosted by fiery-eyed Scaredy Cat, totally trashing the kitchen with a click on of his claws and, hissing that he’s answerable for the neighborhood, threatening that in the event that they don’t act like correct cats—disdaining strange cat meals and any summons (they don’t seem to be canines, in any case), clawing the furnishings as an alternative of the scratching submit, and displaying like “cattitude”—it’ll be again to the shelter for them. Will Poop and Pasha show to be fraidycats or flee to the cowed clowder of homeless cats hiding from the bully within the close by woods? Nope, they are product of sterner stuff and resolutely got down to enlist feline allies in a “quest for all times, liberty, and the pursuit of purrs!” Forged right into a gazillion very quick chapters associated by furry narrators Poop and Pasha, who’re helpfully depicted in portrait vignettes by Herzog at every chapter’s head, the following adventures check the defiant kitties’ braveness (and, in some instances, consideration spans) on the best way to a spooky however poignant climax set, appropriately sufficient because it occurs, in a pet graveyard.
A-mew-sing fare for readers who generally really feel like fraidycats themselves.
(Journey. September 11)
Pub Date: March 15, 2021
Web page Rely: 304
Writer: Jimmy Patterson/Little, Brown
Assessment Posted On-line: March 3, 2021
Kirkus Evaluations Situation: March 15, 2021
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