After reading Black Beauty, I recall that my sister read a book when she was in elementary school that also tried to portray the world through an animal's point of view. I decided to take a quick look at it as it was related to our course. It was called Warriors, and it gave us the authors' take on the wild cats' thoughts and actions. It was an interesting view on how wild cats saw us, and it was actually quite amusing to see the animals refer to us as "nofurs." But it was actually slightly sad to see them portray us creatures destroy anything and everything precious to them which isn't actually wrong at all. And in the end, scientists have come to a conclusions that cats do not see as a different species. Cats actually view us as giant, clumsy furless cats.
And I have come to conclusion that it was book with an interesting point of view.