We are all familiar with human responses to change, but what about the animal's perspective?
Globetrotting Tigger, the ginger tomcat with attitude, is born into the sunshine and easy lifestyle of Western Australia, but is forced to follow his family of restless humans to the USA for an adventurous two years in the forests and fields of Maryland.
He returns to Australia and life on a small farm in the bush with all its associated excitements and perils before he is whisked off yet again to a damp, green country called England.
What matters to Tigger when he leaves home? And how does he cope with the unfamiliar? Tigger's story is told through the sharply observant eyes of a cat in charge of his band of endearingly naive humans, whose ideas he often finds puzzling, but accepts with good grace.
In the background of the story, Tigger's humans face their own struggles as they learn to adjust to their new surroundings, but they really aren't that important.
Tigger's experience is what really counts. Tigger: Memoirs of a Cosmopolitan Cat is a tale for all who like animals and respect them for who they are, embracing their individualities, but also for those who recognise the benefits of a happy, harmonious family life for the wellbeing of all creatures.