"The book is well written and it is easy to imagine it really is written by Worzel himself. He really is a luffly boykin and the book is fabumazing."
"What a fantastic book. Worzel is already a Facebook star but now has his own book. This warm, engaging book is worth reading and rereading. At first glance it is Worzel's diary told in his distinctive voice and is very funny. But it's not just a funny animal story. It has important and valuable lessons about the challenges and rewards involved in taking on a rescue pet. If they all turn out like Worzel, it's clearly something everyone should do. I have tried reading the book to Georgia Brown, our cat who was also a rescue pet, but she very actual bogged off. Hoomans big and small will love it though."
WANTED: small, friendly dog. Good with people and other dogs. Able to cope with teenagers and life in a weird family that's given up trying to be perfect. The ability to sail, or a willingness to learn, an advantage. Must like cats.
WANTED: experienced family for anxious, enormous lurcher. No small children. Needs someone around all the time. Cat safe.
WANTED: someboddedy to luff me for wot I are. A famberly that likes walking and doing hinteresting fings but does not hexpect me to be perfick. Or do sit. No small children, sticks, flip-flops or cats. Ok, there can be cats but they'd better be actual quite very nice to me.
Worzel is an enormous blonde Lurcher with 'issues.' When a disastrous turn of events means he has to be re-homed, his life changes dramatically. Now, as well as dealing with his own issues, he's got to deal with a distinctly imperfect family. And cats. Shed loads of cats; none of which are that pleased to welcome him into their home.
Written as a series of letters to his previous owner; this is the honest, hilarious and wryly observant account of Worzel's first year in his new family.show more