Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Midnight



Beau suggested that I write limericks for Grr, Midnight and Cocoa. I had already written the one for Grr, but here is Midnight and Cocoa will be coming up soon. Grr, Midnight and Cocoa are siblings born to a feral mother in an abandoned car. They were all rescued and now the three siblings all live together. In the summer, Midnight has the least fur of the three, but this last winter, Midnight grew a winter accessory that she hadn't ever grown before.

See the red ruff that Midnight grew.
How she did it she never knew.
It kept her warm,
And was a charm-
Ing winter outfit, all fresh and new.

12 comments:

Daisy said...

I love Midnight's beautiful red ruff. I have been trying to grow one around my little neck, but no success so far.

The Meezer Gang said...

Midnight is the coolest kitty! Very nice poem!

Parker said...

Awwwww...and she can talk on the cell phone too! What a great ktty!

The Meezers said...

furry nice poem Karen Jo! Midnight is furry beautiful wif her red ruff

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

that is great you wrote about the ruff. what a cool thing to happen! and pretty too.

BigIg said...

Hello Midnight! That's a lovely limerick!

yao-lin said...

I love your lymericks!

Chairman Mao said...

Wowie, what a beautiful red ruff on a beautiful black kitty! Midnight's gorgeous. And what a great poem, Karen, to celebrate Midnight's beauty!

Suzanne said...

Cool limerick, KJ! (and gorgeous kitty, too)

suz

Forty Paws said...

We luff Midnight's red ruff. She's a cool poodin.

Luf, Us

One of us said...

we luved Midnight's red ruff it was so pretty ~Poiland Tribe

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

Thank you! We've been very internet-deprived recently, so we're catching up again. Excellent job, as always! You know, I'm pretty much back to being a short-haired kitty again now. The red is gone, the extra neck fur is gone, and all the extra soft fluff from all over is gone. Well, it's not actually gone...it's on the rug, on the people's clothes, and flying about the room. I'll grow it back next winter, but Grr and Cocoa have to be hot all summer cause their fluff stays. Purrs!
Midnight