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If you have come here by accident please don't leave because you are in for a real treat. You have arrived at the home page of my www - wickedly wonderful website.

I am The Cat by the way and if you like to laugh and have fun then this is the place for you!

It gives me great pleasure to say that this www - wickedly wonderful website of mine is really becoming a world that I can properly welcome you to. You may have noticed that my amazingly popular website has grown just a little and that is because now I have added my latest masterpiece of feline literature to it "The Cat's Travelogue."

If you let your mouse hover over the bit of the page above that looks more like a peeling bit of wallpaper and then click you will be whisked to a completely new section of my dual mode website and I know you are going to love it as much as you love the original. P.S. The mouse is the thing in your hand, if you are using a trackpad I admire you!

Here you can read a little from my wonderful book "Getting Out - Excerpts From A Cat's Diary," either using a sneak peek of the first 20 or so pages or indeed every day when we show first couple of paragraphs of a different excerpt from what has been described not only by me as 'a work of pure genius.'

Just look at the Reviews page for what people have been kind enough to say, without being forced or paid of course! People can be really nice sometimes or is it just my readers, and I bring out the best in them? Probably!

If you want to sample my wonderful book you can download the first 20 pages here or read on for today's Excerpt of The Day...

Day 193 of My Captivity:

It is the weekend today and on a weekend the Male Captor likes to get settled on the Sofa and watch motor racing.

To be honest it doesn't seem to matter what sort of brightly coloured cars he watches whiz around a wobbly circle of tarmac, so long as there is the risk of them hitting each other, well as far as I can tell anyway!

After the motor racing, which because it was being broadcast from America was televised in the very early hours of the morning, he usually dozes off while the television continues gaily to broadcast the next programme.

Usually at this time of the early morning the ideas for the programmes broadcast seem to come from either the broadcasters' wastepaper basket in the bargain basement or they throw innovation and creativity completely out of the window and show an old black and white movie, which is usually made during the 'golden age of British cinema production' and is about the Second World War.

Either way the broadcaster seems to believe that what is most important is to have a schedule of programmes which covers 24 hours, and that anyone dumb enough to actually be watching at that time of the day is half asleep and won't notice the dross being beamed to them.


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