Saturday, September 22, 2007


This is Eliot playing with a ball and squiggle that came in The Cats Stephens' summer Secret Paws package.  Eliot is a very smart cat and spends a lot of time figuring out how things work.  He understands how doors work and can get some of the kitchen cabinets open.  Now the Mom puts rubber bands on the knobs to keep him out.  However, Emily has found out how to get the rubber bands off.  Eliot is the treat monster of his house.  He will do anything for treats, including trying to swipe them from the other kitties.  Eliot also loves bouncy balls and will come running from wherever he is if he hears one bounce.  The thing he like to do most, though, is investigate anything new with his paws.  Everything that comes into the house must be investigated and pawed by Eliot.

                                          If it is new, it gets touched by Eliot's paw.
                                          He must touch it and smell it; that's Kitty Law.
                                                If he had his way,
                                                Nothing new would stay
                                          That was not approved by Eliot's paw.


Starbuck and Torrey said...

Elliot sounds like a very clever cat! Cute pic!

Daisy said...

Eliot is very, very smart! I like to touch things with my paw, too.

Mickey said...

Cute limmerick! mom tried the elastic trick.Dosen't work well if you like to eat the elastic.

Gemini said...

I like the bright pink squiggle Eliot has!

The Devil Dog said...

Mom says if I figure out how to get the elastics off I am in big trouble. What's new about that?


Sunny's Mommy said...

Thanks for visiting Sunny's new site.

I like your new kittylimericks blog for pets. Very nice :-)

Anonymous said...

What an adorable limerick, Karen Jo! Eliot sounds like such a smart kitty.

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn!

Lux said...

Eliot's smart - I wish he could teach me about our kitchen cabinets!

The Cats Stephens said...

Wow Karen! Thanks for writing that wonderful limerick about me. I feel very special. You're so great!