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I have this little ginger cat,
He sticks right by my side,
If he's not sleeping on my head,
He's strolling round with pride.

He cannot go outside at night,
As his enemy awakes,
'Archie' guards the Huxley grounds,
Gives 'Garfield' cuts and breaks.

So take a moral from this cat,
However old you get.
If Huxley calls you out at night,
It'll be you who'll need the vet.

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The following comments are for "My Little Cat"
by naomidavies

This little poem made me smile and reminded me of a former member of this site who mocked female poets who wrote poems about their cats. A POX on him! A grateful nod to you from a fellow cat fancier.

This poem could be considered a rhyming fable because it contains a message. Don't venture out if you can't handle the risks.

Many thanks.

( Posted by: Pen [Member] On: October 9, 2011 )

Runs in the Family!
Welcome're a chip off the old block I see!

Grampa should be proud!


( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: October 9, 2011 )

Well,it sounds like it's not safe to wander the lovely little village of Huxley in Cheshire at night! And here's me thinking the screaming was only the ghosts......


( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: October 10, 2011 )


( Posted by: naomidavies [Member] On: October 12, 2011 )

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