As a cat lover, I was immediately attracted to this book, although also a bit leery. Leery because the cat is the main narrator, and some books I've read with an animal narrator aren't so good. This one is however, and I liked the cat Prudence.
As the book begins, Prudence has been living with Sarah, but Sarah hasn't been home the last few days. Eventually, Sarah's daughter Laura comes with her husband Josh and they pack up a bunch of Sarah's stuff and take Prudence home with them.
We see Prudence come to a gradual understanding of what has happened, and watch as she adjusts to her new home and becomes a loved part of Laura and Josh's family.
There are also chapters where Laura or Sarah is the central character, although these sections are more third person. They are there to cover those times when Prudence would not be present to observe and comment, or to give background story (particularly in the case of Sarah). We see how the relationship between Sarah and Laura deteriorated, and what led to that life in the first place.
This is a book about relationships, and love, and about focusing on what is important in life. A feel good novel with a few weepy moments. Very enjoyable.