Sunday, May 13, 2007

TeaCup



TeaCup was a sweet kitty who could be very rambunctious at times.  He could get a bit possessive of toys and wouldn't share, but he was a little loverboy who loved to snuggle and cuddle with his humans and brothers.  His mother was Riot, who is a very small cat, and his father was a persian siamese. He had a tremendous personality and will be missed dreadfully by all who knew him.

                               TeaCup was a sweet kitty boy.
                                He brought his Mama Megan joy.
                                      He'd plot with Zed
                                       About, well, 'nuff said.
                                Now he's an angel, our sweet kitty boy.

9 comments:

Daisy said...

I think TeaCup knew he would only be on this earth for a few years, and so that is why he was extra, extra, extra special. Now sweet TeaCup is a true angel. I miss him, too.

Parker said...

What a lovely limerick for sweet, sweet TeaCup. I agree with Daisy.

Caesar and Princess said...

We aare going to miss TeaCup. He was a good boy and very very brave.
We are sending our strongest purrrrrrs to his mommie

PUURRRR PUURRRRRRR

Morning Scratch Human said...

Between the video and the poem, well, let's just say I'm over here sniffling.

-Morning Scratch human

Kim and Oscar the Puppy Cat said...

How wonderful to remember such a sweet kitty this way. The limerick is just so sweet. I agree with Daisy, too.

William said...

What a sweet tribute. We didn't know TeaCup until recently and we're sad about that too.

Chairman Mao said...

What a superduper limerick, Karen. TeaCup was a indeed a special little fella and I know we would have been great friends. All of us Ballicai miss him.

Momma loves what Daisy said. It made her all leaky.

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

caspersmom said...

Karen Jo, really liked this limerick for TeaCup. She was a real cutie and an angel. And I pray Megan is getting along all right. So hard loosing a furry.

Tara said...

So sweet. We are all going to miss TeaCup.
Tara