Max Thompson's book, The PsychoKitty Speaks Out, Diary of a Mad Housecat, is one of the best kitty books I have read. Mom enjoyed it too. I could tell by how much she laughed out loud while she read it. I empathized with Max as he had to suffer through "moving" since I have gone through two of those, "hunger" having experienced the bottom of the bowl syndrome, and the language barriers to be found between two species who do not communicate telepathically (human skulls are very thick, it takes a LOT of staring). All in all, Max effectively describes how frustrating it can be living in a world run by humans. Proof positive that Douglas Adams had it correct except the world was obviously designed by cats and not vermin. The great experiement continues and hopefully Max will chronical the wonders of life for many more books.