We really enjoy the original "Bad Kitty" book and loved "Bad Kitty Gets A Bath". However, I wasn't terribly wild about "Bad Kitty Meets the Baby". I can't pinpoint a specific reason, other than to say that I just didn't find it very funny. The premise is somewhat similar to "Poor Puppy" in that a new arrival upsets Kitty's world. The difference in this book is that all the cats hold a Kitty Olympics which includes the baby, who wins every event.
Even though the Olympics portion is different, this book still seems to draw on the same/similar jokes as the other "Kitty" books and felt rather tedious and tiresome. Also, as another reviewer mentioned, I too was surprised by the allusions to "swearing" in the form of symbols (ie, "...cats are &$!*@ crazy!"). Nothing gigantic, but probably not a great idea for a kids' book. And the last thing I didn't like was the way the baby was drawn. I honestly don't know why, but it was off-putting and reminded me of a miniature version of Fatty Arbuckle. However, that was just my personal reaction and is certainly not a critique of Mr. Bruel's admirable artistic talents.
Anyway, as much as we love the other "Bad Kitty" books, maybe the concept has finally run its course. Glad other people are enjoying "...Meets the Baby", but this one was not one of our family's favorites.