Cats in May

Author(s): Doreen Tovey


'All our animals showed their independence at a dishearteningly early age.' The Toveys attempt to settle down to a quiet life in the country. Unfortunately for them, however, their tyrannical Siamese cats have other ideas. From causing an uproar on the BBC to staying out all night and claiming to have been kidnapped, Sheba and Solomon's outrageous behaviour leaves the Toveys at their wits end. Meanwhile Doreen has to contend with her husband's disastrous skills as a handyman, and a squirrel that chews the buttons off all his suits. Both human and animal characters come to life on the page, including Sidney the problem-prone gardener and Blondin the brandy-swilling squirrel. This witty and stylish tale will have animal-lovers giggling to the very last page.


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"* "every so often, there comes along a book - or if you're lucky books - which gladden the heart, cheer the soul and actually immerse the reader in the narrative. Just such books are those written by Doreen Tovery" Cat World * "...absolutely enchanting...I thoroughly recommend... They are some of the few books which caused me to laugh out loud and sum up the Siamese character beautifully.""

Doreen Tovey's books have sold more than 150,000 copies in eight countries.

General Fields

  • : 9781840244977
  • : Summersdale
  • : Summersdale
  • : May 2006
  • : 198mm X 129mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Doreen Tovey
  • : Paperback
  • : 636.8
  • : 160