Daily Feline Prompt: The Stubborn Feline


Felines are not stubborn
We are very nice to know
Just remember I’m the boss
Or you will have to go

I sleep most of the day
It is my own choice
I don’t care what you say
Important is my voice

My wish is your command
And I will stamp my paw
To enforce all my demands
I will purr down the law

I want a dish of tuna
At once, be very quick
I can also get quite hissy
If I do not get my lick

A tickle on my tummy
That is now my wish
I don’t care if you are busy
I want tuna in my dish

Humans need more training
Their life revolves around me
My comfort is important
That is definitely to see

There is a moral to this ditty
Listen to my meows
I have trained my Mrs. Human
to greet with many bows

I do my best to please her
she understands my whim
I have trained her very well
And now she is quite trim

Daily Feline Prompt: The Stubborn Feline

9 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: The Stubborn Feline

  1. Dear Tabby,
    I barked my head off
    My human got mad
    I came in the house
    She said I was bad.

    “I’m sick of your barking”
    She said it quite clear
    Her face was scowling
    No smile ear to ear.

    My job is protection
    And only I know
    My job is not easy
    I don’t bark for show.

    I wish she would say
    “Dusty, you’re great!
    You bark and you save us
    From the foe at the gate!”

    But that’s now how it works
    She scolds me instead
    I put my tail twixt my legs
    And bow low my head.

    Yours forever and ever in celebratory catteral and doggerel!
    Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      Your are very brave
      From my place at home
      I send you a wave
      And a virtual bone

      Barking is loud
      Humans do not understand
      They prefer peace and quite
      and not a canine band

      although I must say
      We felines prefer it still
      but as you are far away
      There is no ill will

      From the poet felinate – Tabby T. Cat

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