Thursday, February 23, 2017

Thoroughly Poetical Thursday


Hi y'all!  We has been enjoyin da sunny warm weather we's been havin - we may not get to go outside to enjoy it, but we do luv hangin out in da sunpuddles.


While I wuz hangin out in a sunpuddle, I wrote dis week's poem.  It are about da bane of my eggsistance, I mean my lil woofy sisfur.

Kinley by Travis Ford

I has a westie sister
Da white terror is Kinley
Da brattiest of da bunch
Worse than Finley or Brinley
She's obsessed wif us cats
Constant jumpin and yappin
She never seems to stop it
She needs a good paw-whappin
She gets to sleep in da bed
My momma has gone insane
Lettin dat thing in OUR bed
I wonder if she has a brain
She's never tried to hurt us
So I guess she's not too bad
If only she would shut up
Then I would really be glad!


Crockett wants her to shut up too.

60 comments:

  1. We detected a lot of emotion in that poem!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  2. MOL.....tell us how you really feel! You did a super job!

    The Florida Furkids

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  3. guyz...it was veree nice oh ewe ta ritez a poem bout yur dawg sisturr ...bee care full if her payz it for werd ~~~~~~ ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺

    ♥♥♥

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  4. MOL ! What a cool poem ! But reading between the lines, it looks like in fact you love Kinley, don't you ? Purrs

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  5. Super Poem. WE liked the PAW WHAPPEN Pawt.

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    1. Ya wouldn't like it if ya wuz on da receivin end of it.

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  6. Pawsome poem!
    We do not have any woofies to contend with,but we thing paw whapping is OK to do ;)
    MOL!
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  7. Good poem! When Maddie cat lived at our house, she would punch us doggies in the nose if we got too close. Joey dog stayed away from her after that. But, of course, I tried to push my luck, and ended up getting punched again.

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  8. Crockett does look purrticularly cross. Barking dogs can be so annoying, but we know that deep down you love your woofie sisfur. Right? XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy

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    1. I are gettin to like her more and more.

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  9. Cool poem. We feel your pain, even though we do not have any woofies here!

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  10. So tell us how you really feel about Kinley, Travis. ;)

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  11. That's a great poem!
    Have a super Thursday...

    Noodle and crew

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  12. Those dogs - especially the little ones - can be pretty noisy!

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  13. Oh boy...sounds like Kinley is in the Cat House for sure!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  14. Great poem!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  15. What a fab poem for "K"! I know woofies must be pretty darn irritating sometimes but in the end, she IS your sister and since we cats already KNOW that "CATS RULE AND WOOFIES DROOL" we can be above all that irritation and just ignore them right? Right! Well done poetry - next week "L" as in LONE STAR???

    Love, Angel Sammy

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    1. I try to ignore her, but it's hard when she jumps at me.

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  16. 'A good paw-whappin' hehe, that did make me laffs…although I'm not sure I would laff if I wuz on the end of that paw!?!?!
    Great poem though
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  17. MOLMOLMOL Crockett seems all the female in every species can be yappy.
    We love your poem
    Hugs madi your bfff

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    1. Cept for Angelique, she's pretty quiet. At least compared to me.

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  18. Bwa! Haa!! Haaa!!! Hairy slobbery sisters! Kinley sounds just like Cinnamon! Mes glad yous writed a poem about her, it made mes laughs!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  19. Ah, if only we could find a sunpuddle today....

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  20. That is such a great poem. You need to give that yappy little dog a good whap on the nose. Well maybe not. Don't want anyone to get hurt. Have a great week end.

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  21. I loved your poem best of any! Now that was good!

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  22. While succinct, clearly Crockett is not the poet sweet Travis is! Not many poems where you could incorporate yapping and paw-wapping! A masterpiece indeed

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  23. That is a most lovely poem. It is the opposite in our house my two feline sisters are always taking over my doggie bed!

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    1. You mean cat bed. All beds are cat beds.

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  24. MOL what a pawesome poem! Brudder lets Matt in da bed and then I can't get up there cause Matt yells at me.. Sheesh what are they thinkin ;)

    xoxo,
    Matilda (& Matt)

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  25. Such a pawesome poem guys, and we love your pics today, just fabulous!

    Purrs

    Basil & CO xox

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  26. Oh, My...we love that poem...and today we had a session we both gave smacky paws and hissy fits to dogguy...and then later we gave him some more just because...MOL!!! W ehave to keep him in line, though Pipo is the one who does that the most.

    Crockett kept in his tongue to keep it from hearing all the barks?? Or was it to keep the doggy slobber off of it?

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    1. Probably to keep it clean. Kinley does like to slobber him. And he lets her for some reason.

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  27. MOL great poem!! The Staff says Kinley is a sweetheart!!! Ahem!!! I beg to differ!!! Hehe!! xx

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    1. Yeah, my momma thinks she are sweet too. Dee-luge-inal.

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