Worzel is still an enormous Lurcher with 'issues,' but his issues are now predictable. Now in his fourth year with his forever family, life is changing. As the children grow up and begin to spread their wings, Worzel's world should be more peaceful.
But as life rolls on, a changing of the guard brings new challenges; challenges no-one seems ready to embrace, least of all the cats. An over-enthusiastic encounter with a fish pond, a blackbird with a death wish, and a new arrival all conspire to ensure that whilst Worzel might be ready for an easy life, his family has other plans.
Mum, long-suffering Dad, five cats and two grown-up children all feature in Worzel's fourth diary, bringing together poems, letters and advice that Worzel's beginning to wonder if it's even worth offering any more. The eagerly-awaited fourth instalment from Worzel, the literary Lurcher is funny, touching, honest, and very real.