David was born in Perth, which is a long way from anywhere except Perth.
For Clan Destine Press David is the author - ahem, official biographer - of the accounts of two years in the life of the gentleman cat known as Dougal. The adventures of Dougal and his adopted sister Shadow are told in Dougal's Diary and When We Were Kittens.
David Greagg (or Man, as I call him) is very tall when he’s standing up. So tall that all you can see are his legs and a sort of blobby face thing above.
He’s much shorter when he’s lying down and that’s when you can appreciate him properly. He’s got fur on most of his face, so he’s less tragically deformed than most humans; and he also speaks Cat reasonably well.
Fin divides her time between cats and writing. As the owner of a boarding cattery on the beautiful Gippsland Lakes, the former often takes precedence – until the writing takes over.
When (also) not working part-time as a journalist (an actual paid job), her days are spent feeding, grooming and cleaning up after cats. In return she gets plenty of blood-pressure lowering furry-purry hugs.