I finally flipped through this a bit, had a look inside - and it's somewhat different than I was expecting. it's going to work better as a "short story" option for me - in other words, it becomes a book I read portions of, in between novels, like what I'm doing with the Capek book these days. I'll finish Dead Corse tonight, and then sample some of Distillery Cats before my next novel, Maigret Takes a Room.
Distillery Cats, at quick glance, seems like it covers a cat at a particular distillery for two or three pages, and there are illustrations - lovely ones - where I thought there would be photos. now that I've realized what I've got with this book - that it's not like The Ravenmaster, for instance - I've adjusted my expectations, and am looking forward to meeting all the cats.