From three time Caldecott winner David Wiesner comes this complex, funny, richly imagined picture book called MR. WUFFLES! It's somewhat wordless, with only a few overtures from the cat's human (the artist himself?) when he tries to engage Mr. Wuffles with a new toy, a few "mrowwws" from Mr. Wuffles himself, and a whole lot of indecipherable alien and ant conversation.
The sequential art tells a detailed story of aliens, ants, and one very helpful ladybug carrying on right under the nose of the oblivious human. Mr. Wuffles spurns his new toy to pounce on a tiny silver spaceship, sending the aliens into a tizzy. Some of their equipment is damaged, so they make a run for a gap in the wainscoting, looking for help. Aliens and ants team up to drive Mr. Wuffles batty.