Sunday, March 11, 2007

Buddah Pest



This is Buddah Pest taking a little rest after playing his little heart out last Christmas. You may be wondering how such a cute little black kitty got a name like Buddah Pest. Originally, it was just Buddah, but he wanted to play with Max constantly immediately after he arrived and gave poor Max no peace. If Max did manage to find somewhere Buddah couldn't find him, he went to Thumper or the Spouse Thingy or the Boy for attention. That is how he got the Pest added. He has settled down a little since then, but he still tears around the house at top speed.

Buddah Pest runs like his tail's on fire,
Upstairs and down. Will he ever tire?
Then, suddenly, look,
He's asleep in a nook.
He turns on and off, this little live wire.

12 comments:

The Meezers said...

hee hee - that's Buddah!!!

ML (Mary Lynn) said...

Very good!

o'jeter harris said...

deer karen jo,
i am reelee enjoyin all dis limerick stuff ... an all da little bioz dat come before da limerick stuff.
maybe u should publish a hard copy. wuddya think?
luv--yer frend--o'jete

said...

Wow, this is wonderful!!!!!

Yes, you could write a book!!

muffinmidi said...

We really like your limericks. What' s your e-mail address?

Lux said...

Cute one!

Cheysuli said...

Yeah Buddah! Hello!

Max said...

Oh man, is that ever Buddah! He's almost two but you'd never know it from all his energy. We eat the same freaking thing, so I dunno where he's getting all of it...

Karen Jo said...

I have been thinking that when I have enough of them, I might approach Thumper about doing a "We Are the Kitties" type book for cat charities. Muffinmidi, thanks for reminding me. I have been meaning to put my e-mail address in my sidebar for some time now, but I keep forgetting. I'll get right on it.

The Meezer Gang said...

We turn on an off like Buddah, too! Mom doesn't like it when we turn on at 3 in the morning, though!

Max said...

The Woman says when you got enough stuff, she's got the pub company...

Karen Jo said...

That's great news, Max. It's going to take a while, though. I'll need hundreds of limericks to fill a book.