Saturday, May 26, 2007

Bonnie Underfoot 2



I don't think Bonnie liked her last limerick very much, so I wrote another one for her. One of Bonnie's favorite things to do is to fit herself into boxes. This talent came in very handy in the Catolympics last year. Bonnie got the silver medal for Fitting into Small Boxes and the bronze medal in Hairball Hurling.

                               Bonnie likes to fit in small boxes.
                               She took on the challengers and knocked off their soxes.
                                                The silver she won
                                                 By just having fun.
                               She is the queen of fitting in boxes.

12 comments:

Daisy said...

I think Bonnie likes BOTH limericks!

Parker said...

They are both wonderful limericks! I love Bonnie's sweet-looking face in the photo!

Forty Paws said...

We like Bonnie's soxes!!

Luf, Us

Cheysuli said...

Wow! TWO limericks. What an honor!

Lux said...

That's such a cute limerick for Bonnie!

Ariel said...

Great Limerick adorable Photo :)

Chairman Mao said...

Wowie, that's amazin'! She is the Queen of Fitting in Boxes. And what a cute limerick!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

A delightful limerick, Karen Jo! And my sister Brainball is excellent at hairball-hurling, too *giggle*.

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn!

Monica said...

That's a great limerick. I didn't know about this talent of Bonnie's.

Caesar and Princess said...

We love Bonnie.
These are great limericks.
Bonnie is so cute :-D

*~Princess

Big Piney Woods Cats said...

This is a really good limerick, I bet she loves it.

About the comment on our blog about our pansies being larger than the ones you can grow. I think you can grow any size, these have ruffles on the edges. I bet you could grow them, if our Momma can, you can!

Patches

Victor Tabbycat said...

BOTH limericks for Bonnie were PURRFECT. She left purrs for you on the first one and liked having a "paw of dread".
Thanks again, Karen Jo. When you hear thunder, that's Bonnie.