Thursday, December 24, 2009


Chasing & Catching All Rats
Along With His Battalion

To Free Us From The Clutches Of Rats & Mice. 

S, He Looks Very Innocent.
But, He Is Not Innocent.

He Is Very Naughty.
Chases All Dogs, In My Locality.

He Is Very Friendly As Well
As A Fearsome Cat.

When, I Don't Go Down
By Taking His Food On Time,
He Comes Up & Starts Banging The Door
With His Anger Tone 
Which Says,
He Is Very Much Hungry.

Ps :- Dearies, Thanks A Lot For All Your Cherishable Compliments To The Previous Posts, "TEDDY & TRUST".


Sorcerer said...

thats a good dedication to your pet :)


Loved this poem, I once had a cat called Tabitha who was diabetic and needed daily injections, I used to take her out on a leash.We used to take her on the train when the need arose. sadly she is no longer with me but she was a great comfort to me after my husband passed away.
Have a lovely Christmas.


Mads... said...

such a luvly poem true...:)

Gauri Mathur said...

:) :)

Being Pramoda... said...

wow wowww...:)

reading u after many daysss dear.. hope your exams are completed and are you done with your surprise post?? if yes, pls gve me link, if no pls write it soon..:)

happy christmas..:)

Hemanth Potluri said...

i thought it was cat exam..:)..cats r sweet and sometimes naughty :P..


WordsPoeticallyWorth said...

I knew a cat once that must have been as cunning as a fox! As a boy I worked a milk round, and the said cat was often seen early in the morning playing with its dead prey of birds and rodents on its owners' doorstep. Now I say cunning in respect of catching birds, which in itself is an accomplishment, but also because the owner upon comments made by myself upon my observations was blissfully unaware of its 'ex'ploits. Take care. Bye.