The Life & Times of the Cheshire Cat
The-kitten-without-a-name sees things, even when others can't see him. He sees the madness of his Mistress Jane, who owns 487 felines and one turtle. He sees the mysterious Mrat, who grows and shrinks out of mouse holes and steals kittens in the night. He sees that he is not like the other kittens in his litter. But most of all--he sees the place beyond the mouse hole, the place called Wonderland.
Deep in the madness of Wonderland, and far from the safety of Mistress Jane, The-kitten-with-no-name is recruited by the terrifying Bandersnatches to slay the Jabberwock, a tall feat for a tiny cat who wants nothing more than to earn a name worthy of his smile.
The Life and Times of The Cheshire Cat is a treatise on the madness of our time, just as Alice in Wonderland was a treatise on the madness of stodgy Victorian manners.