Naming Of Cats - Poem by Danny Draper
Nameless, homeless three month old stray
Congenial and smoochy, purred our way
No collar, no microchip just a posse of fleas
A bit below weight 'neath Pursian hair tease
Purred like a Trible under addictive ear rub,
A dunk in eucalyptus wool wash dispatched those gnats
Black all over, save white toes and nose,
And a white rough diamond chest his distinguishing crest.
James T. Kirk
James Tiberius Kirk
'I wanted Cookies! '
Well, 'Cookies', could be his nick name.
'Kirk', it is!
His continuing mission:
to sleep where he wants,
to get desexed and chipped,
to have his medicine and shots
and to join our family,
and annoy Snowy the dog.
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