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Cat is Just a Cat and That is That. But, he is a bold and adventurous chap and when he sees Bird glide past him he longs for the freedom and possibility of exploration that Bird's wings could provide. 'How fancy and free, Oh why not me' he exclaims. The other animals witnessing Cat's exclamation, frog, cow, dog and horse mock and dismiss his desire with a tut. But out of the blue Bird, a natural adversary, after agreeing with the others that cats don't fly, wills him to try and lends him his wings. So Cat's imaginative spree of adventure begins and we witness a not entirely successful flight of a non-flying creature. He revels in his gifted spontaneous skill but takes it too far as he begins to chase birds in the sky ignoring a dark storm approaching. As he grapples with the storm his fur becomes wet and soggy and he falls from the sky in a humiliating fashion. Poor Cat recovers himself after his dramatic fall from the sky, 'quick in motion, into the ocean', and we are led to believe that he is remorseful and contrite. After all he is just a Cat! We sense Cat's vulnerability as we hear the jeers from the other animals as if to say 'I told you so'. But the adventurous spark returns and a fish catches his eye gliding through the water. The reader is now primed for Book 2, 'Cat Wants Fins' in which Cat embarks on another adventure , this time deep in the ocean.