It’s a French library LP, and belongs in a holding pen with a whole bunch of very small Paris based library companies that came and went very quickly in the mid-1970s. Everything about this image is wrong, which is why I put it on a tee shirt. The producer was JC Pierric (Real name JC Boinot), a man who tried all sorts of musical progressions for about a decade. To my knowledge, there is no Volume 2 for this. And incidentally, there is nothing about cats anywhere on this LP.
The ornamented italic Tuscan used for “The Boss Music” presumably goes back to a 19th century design. It is shown in the Solotype catalog as Oliva and appears in Mecanorma’s Graphic Book #7 as 82B Lettres Ornées. In 1995, Alan Prescott digitized the set of caps as New Viola. I’d be curious to learn more about Oliva’s origins.