Author(s): Ronald Searle
World renowned cartoonist Ronald Searle has satirically but lovingly portrayed his feline friends in outlandish almost human entanglements. A remarkably hairy cat facing a dandruff problem, a vanity-stricken balding cat wearing an unsuitable wig, and a cat of a thousand disguises concealing itself as a rug are just some of the witty full-color illustrations that everyone, but cat lovers in particular, will find irresistible."
Ronald Searle is one of the most well-known satirical artists of the 20th century. He is the creator of the St. Trinian's and Molesworth cartoons and a leading contributor to "Life "and "Le Monde."