Adventures of the Jungle Puss Prince: I Noise Like a Cat
Prince Fredward is no stranger, nor a new character to any of you who have read my hubs on cats. He's a gorgeous white cat with two different color eyes, and he's needy as all get out! He always lets me know when something's up.
I Noise Like A Cat
Flip flop, I won't stop!
I'm a cat who noises a lot.
I noise in the morning
I noise after brunch.
I noise when I litter.
I noise just enough
Pitter patter along the hall.
I won't stop; I want it all!
I noise when I want food.
I noise when I went out.
I noise when I want groomed.
I noise if I wanna stalk about.
And it's for you all!
I need to knead because I care.
I'll knead your lap into pieces!
I noise before I purr,
I noise when I am petted.
I noise when I want more.
It's all a noise. A noise of caring!
A noise, a noise, for you!
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