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Book Coming Soon!

I have some exciting news to share with the Neighbourhood – I have a book coming out soon. I have been sharing some of my memoirs with The Duchess, and paws crossed the book should be coming out in November 2020.

Some of you might wonder why I have chosen to share some of my investigations. I have overheard the humans talking about what they think I might get up to during the day, and it’s time to dispel the myths. Contrary to popular belief, cats don’t nap all of the time – although it is important to get those meagre 18 hours in, we all have Neighbourhood jobs. I have to eat, protect my land, and keep my claws in pristine condition.

There seem to be a lot of humans making speculations about their cat’s lives. If your cat is allowed to venture outdoors, they could be a watcher. Watchers like to find the highest observing points, usually on rooftops, so they get to see the tuna whilst it’s happening. They’re usually the best climbers. If your cat keeps close to the ground, hiding in discrete spots, they’re probably a whisperer. They find out the tuna on the ground. They often have a network of other whisperers around their Neighbourhood.

For those of you who have an inside cat, who think my cat isn’t like any of those, rest assured they will probably still hear the tuna, some might even be spies. Us cats have a way of finding out about what’s happening in the Neighbourhood.

I don’t want to give too much tuna away. You can find out more in my book Inspector White Tip – The Watcher’s Mistake.

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