There are very few wordless picturebooks produced in the Baltic region. Indeed, this work, by Anna Ring and published by the Estonian Comics Society, is the only contemporary example of the form. It is a pleasure to explore the wonderful world created in this story, in which a father and his daughter have their food stolen by a stray cat that bursts into the house when they are not looking. The hunt to find the missing food and the stray cat becomes a tour of their interesting town for the reader, which has a specifically Central-Eastern European depiction. The stray cat strikes again when she steals a line of sausages from the butcher. The father and daughter pursue the cat, but make a great discovery: the cat is looking after her kittens in a cave. The picturebook becomes a gentle exploration of the social values surrounding family, belonging, and shared inheritances.