Cat Society

Cat Society

Paperback Published on: 28/09/2023
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Cat Society is a witty and bonkers story of life and politics in Westminster – reimagining the debates, events and headlines of recent years had the world been run by cats. A lot changes. A lot doesn’t. The country is on the brink of bankruptcy, and backbencher Douglas Schnitty is disappointed with the thousands of homeless cats sleeping by the bins. He gets frustrated with higher powers who only seem to care about their own interests and preserving the country’s finances. He schmoozes and sabotages his way through the political elite, from assisting the bombastic Hector Perp Pahpousson to disrupting the plans of the Prime Minister. Can his conscience save him, and the slum cats, as events spiral out of control?

  • Publisher: The Book Guild Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781915853226
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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Cat Society
The (Double) Thick (Cream) Of It
Well, I can confidently say that I have never read a book anything like this – bravo for the original (to me at least!) idea of setting a political satire ... READ MORE
Kerry Young
Cat Society
Pawesome read
I had to admit that the first few lines were a tad surprising when I realised I was reading a conversation between two talking cats!! However, I soon settl... READ MORE
Emma Hardy
Cat Society
Razor-sharp observations and zany feline escapades
Imagine a world in which hoomans are extinct and everything is run by cats. Cat Society follows a group of pawliticians who are, by and large, much the sam... READ MORE
Cat Society
Cat Society is a clever, witty, and truly a refreshing, unique. And stand out book! The author’s writing style is engaging, insightful, and fun! Wether you... READ MORE
Tam Izzett
Cat Society
Love this world of scheming cats
I bought this book as I'm a big fan of politics, and am a fan of the Spectator, The Week, The Economist and so on, but I also am the proud owner of a coupl... READ MORE
Helena Reason