Review: The Unadulterated Cat by Terry Pratchett and Illustrated by Gray Jolliffe
Cats are unique, loveable and often infuriating creatures, and this takes a no holes barred look at what it means to be a cat owner--from choosing a name that you won't be embarrassed to call out at midnight (not that the cat will come when you call it anyway,) to how cats seem to so frequently escape dangerous situations.
This is an entertaining read from start to finish, though parts of the book feel very dated. The illustrations are hilarious, as are some of Pratchett's suggestions, such as how cats have perfected time travel. I had a real chuckle at some chapters, while others left me rolling my eyes just a little. Regardless, Pratchett certainly knew and understood cats and their behaviour, and how to satirise it perfectly.
Overall, a fun read.