Pasha’s sole purpose in life is to do as little as possible. He leads a peaceful life, detached from his fellow felines, fed by the residents of the tower where he lives. But the Council of Cats, which governs the daily lives of the cat in St. Petersburg, doesn’t take kindly to his rebelliousness… to such an extent that they threaten him with force if he doesn’t conform. This is the final straw for Pasha, who decides to make a run for it and start a new life in New York. Will our hero manage to live life on his own terms in the Big Apple? With characteristic wit and a touch of quirkiness, Thomas Gerbeaux tells the tale of a cat who simply yearns to live freely, without conforming to societal norms.