This humorous collection of 150 haikus captures the psyche of cats, and distills the essence of kitty behavior in the five-seven-five scheme of classic Japanese poetry. The poems are accompanied by line drawings.
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|Title of eBook: Cat Haiku|
|Release Date: 09-26-2009|
|Publisher: Grand Central Publishing|
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A cat friend visits. I swat him anyway, just For principle's sake.
You are my best friend, Person Allergic to Cats. Let me shed on you.
I think that the new Kitten makes a fine punching Bag and trampoline.
You may call it "a Lot of yowling." I call it Singing to my friends. I grope under the Door with a splayed paw; I know You're in there. Come out!
We meet outside; I Startle. You're out of context; Go back inside, please! Visitors come. They Coo over me. Ignoring Them, I wash my rump.
Your friends seem nice: calm, Attentive and kind. So when Are they going home? There will be canine Parts missing if that dog gets Anywhere near me.
I hide under the Bed. I don't want to be friends. Take that child away!
You want to cuddle; I don't. No offense meant, but Right now you bore me.
I yowl to the moon; I am king of the night. Hear Me and weep, Fluffy.
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