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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Thoroughly Thankful Poetic Thursday

Today we join Two  SPOILED CATS 
Angel Sammy and Teddy for their poetic pictorial poem.

Here is our photo challenge


One Day
Cecilia

Two little girls with big dreams
Dressed in tutus, meeting for the first time. 
One on her tippy toes stretching
 barely touching the pole
One standing flat saying put your hand right there.
No worries little friend One Day you too
will be taller.
One day you will learn to prance and dance
just like me.


Haiku 
by Angel Madi
Little girls reaching high
fancy tutus
standing on tippy toes.



I am also joining Brian and family for


Monday night I rec'd a 
momentarily scary correspondence from Kat.  
It nearly made my heart skip a beat


Dearest Aunty HiC
Someone once said, “If you love something set it free. If it comes back it’s yours. If not, it never was.”  I snuck out of the house today, and Mom totally freaked out; but guess what? I came to her as soon as she called me. This former stray kitty is adorable and smart! 
❤️ Kat Your Feline Nephew 



After I regained my composure, I replied:

Ohhhhhhh my word dearest nephew I almost fainted I can only imagine how mom felt.  
Whew thank goodness you recognized her precious loving voice.  No more road trips please❤️‼️
Your thankful and loving Aunty

HiC 

21 comments:

  1. We didn't need telling you were smart, Mr Kat!
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.
    PS from Gail: such cute poems today.

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  2. yes, one day they will be the swans in that swanlake and they become fabulous famous ;O)

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  3. Love the picture and the poem and haiku! You are a very smart kitty, Kat!

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  4. Awww Kat, you came back when you heard your Mom call to you... you must really trust and love her. Your lovely screened porch is all the outside you need.
    Sweet poem and haiku!

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  5. Sweet poem. Kat, please don't do that again!!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  6. Such a cute poem! I'm so thankful that Kat survived that out n' about and came quickly when called. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  7. What a cute picture and what great poems to go with it. We hope Kat doesn't wander outside his home unless he has his harness on.

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  8. I know it gave us a heart failure the time Putter Jean got outside.

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  9. Terrific Haiku, Angel Madi! Kat, that door dashing stuff makes humans crazy with worry, so leave it, please!

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  10. What a perfect poem and haiku from you two today! It was a precious photo and the poem that were written reflected that I think. Thanks for being a frequent flyer (haha) on poetry day with us!! I can see why your heart skipped a beat when you read the email from Kat. EEEK. I think we kitties know a good thing when we have it but we can't resist a PEEK at the forbidden sometimes. It's the CAT in us after all that makes us do that!

    Hugs, Teddy

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  11. Wonderful poem and Haiku by Angel Madi!!! And Kat your are not supposed to give your mom and aunty a scare like that
    hugs
    Mabel

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  12. Love that picture and that poem. Cute.

    Kat don't scare everyone like that. I'm glad you came when mom called.

    Have a purrfect Thankful Thursday. My best to all your peeps. ♥

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  13. I panic just hearing about a cat or Kat getting out, I can't imagine what your poor mom went through. Glad everything worked out and your safe and posting today sweet Kat!

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  14. dood....due knot EVER....scarez yur mom, aunt ore yur plaz like that ever again...with pleez N thanx....deel ??? deel ~~~~~~~~~

    N total lee awesum poetree two day mizzuz C ;) ☺☺♥♥

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  15. Just who is going to keep the dogs in line, if you sneak out??!!

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  16. We love both poems so much, and of course, we are quite partial to ballerinas:)

    Kat - no more of that please!!!!

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  17. Great poem! And, Kat, don't scare your mom like that. XO

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  18. We love Angel Madi's haiku. Kat, maybe you could keep everyone from having a heart attach by going on walks with a leash and harnes?? xox Xena and Lucy and the Mom

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  19. What beautiful poems today...
    Oh Kat...please stay close to(or better yet inside) your home. Best not to scare the Mama, Aunty C or Blogville :-).
    xoxo,
    Arty, Jakey & Rosy

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  20. Oh, I just loves the pic and the poems! and loooooves the cute tutus!!!
    Kat, dude!!!! The next time you get the urge to do that, just remembers how good you have it at home! No tellin' what evil tree rats could do to a handsome ManCat like yourself!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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Cecilia and Angel Madi
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