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By: Robyn Smythe

Fudge - A Short Tail of Tooth and Claw

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The Romans called him ‘domum cattus’; we call him, ‘the house cat.’ As part of his ‘No-Sense’ series, author Robyn Smythe asks you these questions: Have you ever wondered what is going on in the devious mind of your feline companion? What they do when you are not in the house with them? Do they just eat, sleep and go to the litter tray?

Well, from the mind of the author who brought you The Animal Tea Party, comes a comic insight into the world of the domestic house cat, featuring instances witnessed by the author himself during many years of observing his own feline friend.

Follow Fudge from the moment he is chosen and taken home, through his early years of navigating his new home, or kingdom as he refers to it, as he tirelessly tries to train his human servants to wait on him hand and paw – sorry, foot. A perilous visit to the vets where he leaves something behind and his fun and games with seagulls. Funny and thought-provoking, join us as we delve into the feline mind. Are you the master or the servant?

Robyn Smythe is a Scottish writer. Born in the sixties in Fife, he was educated at Madras College secondary school where he wrote his first full length story. More than three decades later, after a varied working life that has involved being a lifeguard and a post office clerk, he finally found time to write The Animal Tea Party, this was his first venture into writing. He is married, has two teenage girls, and is currently working on I’m an Animal, Get Me Out of Here!, a spy novel.

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