This is yet another James Harriott addition. It also counts for my set outside the US book. In this tale, we learn about his two outdoor cats Ollie and Ginny, his "big win" at the football (soccer) pool (which turned out to be more like a rumoe) and his two, young vet assistants (including one who reminds me of my ex, a lot).
This book ended weird and suddenly. I didn't like that. But overall it was typical, great Harriott. Although it felt rushed and sudden in places. I rate this book an 8.25. It's worth a read. I'm going to have to find more Harriott, as I'm kind of addicted to him now.