Review! Miss Fatty Cat’s Revenge by Meg Welch Dendler

fattycatMiss Fatty Cat’s Revenge

By Meg Welch Dendler

234 pages – ages 8+

Published by Createspace on May 15, 2014

Summary- In our world, all is not what it seems, especially when it comes to kitties! Did you know cats are actually space aliens living among us? Some realize their origin, while others just want ears scratched and tuna treats. Little do we humans realize there is a kitty command ship orbiting Earth watching some of the inhabitants…

Miss Fatty Cat is fed up with the kittens, Kimba and Hiro. They are spoiled, pampered, and attention-grabbing! Miss Fatty Cat gets no attention from Mama and Daddy (their humans). To make matters worse, Kimba and Hiro just found out they are royal daughters of the High Commander! And Miss Fatty Cat has had enough of it all. So, she agrees to help the evil rebel cats kidnap Hiro and Kimba, just so that she could get more attention from Mama and Daddy. And then it all goes downhill. Kimba goes missing during a transfer (teleporting)!

What I like about it- This is a really well done book. I think that it is pretty cool, in the sense of space-traveling cats with technology that surpasses ours. Plus, the title made me laugh out loud. The series is good, and consistent. I like that the characters’ have just the right amount of “maturing” throughout each book. Kimba and Hiro are nice characters that you care for, and you even understand how Miss Fatty Cat feels. Ms. Dendler really helps you get into the head of the characters! She has written a good, unique book!

I give “Miss Fatty Cat’s Revenge” four out of five bookworms.



Categories: Age 6-9

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20 replies

  1. I am not a fan of cats, but your book review made me chuckle! What a fun idea for a book!

  2. I am a big cat fan and love the names!

  3. On our TBR list …. this series! 🙂

  4. Miss Fatty Cat! Space alien! I love it!

  5. The cat on the cover looks just like my cat Monkey. Perhaps she is a space alien. She does disappear for hours at a time and we have never understood where she goes. (??)

  6. I love the idea of cats with advanced technology. This sounds like a fun book – my daughter would enjoy reading it! I stopped by from the Kid Lit Blog Hop.

  7. A space travelling cat sounds like a very original idea. Thanks for sharing the review, Miss Fatty Cat’s Revenge is now on my wishlist 🙂


  8. I can believe that cats are really advanced life forms from other planets. They always seem like they know what is going on and have the upper hand! Thanks for sharing your great review at the Kid Lit Blog Hop!

  9. Kind of reminds me of the Seekers series. 🙂


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