Kit the Kat’s life has been far from perfect, but he’s ﬁnally got a cozy place with his rescue family when a strange smell begins making his favorite human, Amelia, sad. He’s up to the task of helping her, but instead of trusting the cat to do the job right, the not favorite human, Jack, brings a puppy into the house!
Doodle is sweet, adorable, and charming. And she absolutely has to go! Despite sage advice from an alley cat, Doodle’s unbearable cuteness is harder to combat than anticipated, and Kit must resort to increasing measures to try and oust the unnecessary pup.
He has to make them see that Doodle is a bad dog, but is she really? Just when his plans seem to be working, the strange smell threatens to undo everything, and Kit will do the unthinkable to help his human: he’ll team up with a dog.
J.E. Kraft wrote her ﬁrst book, Kittens, when she was seven, and despite struggling with bullying, ADHD, and dyslexia, she hasn’t stopped writing since. She grew up into an awkward super geek; lover of animals, bugs, psychology, and science. She can be found in Tennessee with her husband, two kids, two dogs, a cat, lizard, frog, shrimp, and a variety of houseplants. When she’s not busy writing, she advocates online for mental health awareness and crushes the hopes and dreams of her loved ones in board games.