Dr Seuss's poem gave fame to that cat,
That cheeky, troublesome Cat in the Hat.
He wrote the poem in humorous verse,
But we know cats are really a curse.
We've heaps of cats living in our 'hood,
Like the Cat in the Hat they're up to no good.
Family cats, feral cats--all colours and sizes
Obvious to us, that's it's rules they despises.
They sneak into gardens they wouldn't dare in the day
Places where Dogs REIGN and generally play.
Howling, meowing, yowling at night
Invading our gardens spoiling for a fight.
They leap over fences and wall with ease,
Ignoring good manners--doing just as they please.
They're cheeky and rude and troublesome like that
And not one of those cats ever wears a hat!
|cats of Aoshima Island as an example|
Happy Birthday (anyway), Dr Seuss
Not really your fault we have cats on the loose.