The Big Piney Woods Cats

Friday, December 08, 2006

My Challenge Answered

Here is my challenge, answered. It was issued by the Meowers of Missouri. If I write a poem about my Daddy, they will send $15 to the charity, or needy person, or kitty of my choice. (If my challenge is accepted, I would like to donate to Brandi and her Momma.)

We are issuing a challenge tomorrow, that goes out to everyone with a cat blog.

My Daddy

Momma brought Patches in the house
And asked if she could stay
Daddy thought a short, short time
And then he said, OK

But only one he told her
One cat is sure enough
She agreed and smiled at him
She knew he wasn't tough

Momma brought Mittens in the house
And asked if she could stay
Daddy thought a longer time
And then he said, OK

But only two he told her
Two cats are sure enough
She agreed and smiled at him
She knew he wasn't tough

Momma brought me in the house
And asked if I could stay
Daddy took one look at me
And then he said, OK

But only three he told her
Three cats are sure enough
She agreed and smiled at him
She knows he isn't tough

~Precious Flower~
(And this is a true story)

Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:24 AM


  • Blogger The Tower Hill Mob posted at 6:40 AM  
    What a wonderful poem and a wonderful daddy! The men beans have to pretend to be the tough, but we kitties and Mums know the truth...
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 7:02 AM  
    That's a great poem. :) You did a terrific job. :) Both your momma and your daddy sound wonderful. :)
  • Blogger katnippia posted at 7:07 AM  
    Aww, Precious Flower, that was a very sweet poem you wrote for your daddy. We finks your daddy would really likes that.- Sia
  • Blogger Finnegan & Buddy posted at 7:11 AM  
    That's like the bestest pome EVER. Wat a good daddy you have! Give him a purr from us OK?

    Thanks for coming by and wishing Grampa a Happy Birfday.

    Finny & Buddy
  • Blogger Derby posted at 7:27 AM  
    Tough outside, tender hearted daddy. Purrs.
  • Blogger The Meezers posted at 7:36 AM  
    wonderful poem Precious - you haf talent like your sisfurs! And your daddy is just an ol' softie.
  • Anonymous Cheysuli posted at 7:57 AM  
    Applause! Applause! I love it. Precious, you have some real talent there.
  • Blogger nels, ed, nitro, and/or xing posted at 8:04 AM  
    yay, precious flower!!! you did wonderful good!! that is a delightful pome about your beans, and all the moreso since it's true. how lucky you are to have such a wonderful fambly; the angels knew just where to guide you. our mom will send a check today to Brandi and Carol!!

    pee yes: oh, calicodaddy? thank you for not bein' "tough". we gots one just like you, and we love him lots!! consider yourself covered in sandpaper kisses from us!!

    nels, ed, nitro, and xing
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 8:33 AM  
    Your daddy sounds like the Tall Man. He said one...then two...then three. Daddys aren't tough like they thing they are.

    I love your poem!!!

  • Anonymous Beau posted at 8:49 AM  
    AWWWWWW...that's so beautiful. We all know dads are actually soft!! I would like to hear from Mistrie. We haven't heard from her lately.
  • Blogger Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 9:11 AM  
    Great poem little one!
  • Blogger Grr, Midnight & Cocoa posted at 10:19 AM  
    That's really beautiful! Your daddy (and your momma) are such great people. Give your daddy lotsa purrs an cuddles from us too. We bet your sisters are proud of what an excellent writer you are - just like they are.
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 10:34 AM  
    Its just me and mom here, I'm the 'man' of the house she tells me. So I guess if a new kitty could stay would be up to me. I'd have to meet 'em first. But if they are as sweet as Precious Flower I wouldn't let them go!
  • Blogger Hot(M)BC posted at 11:07 AM  
    Furry good poem, Precious!
    Sanjee, Boni, Mini and Pepi

    *waves paws to Gree who's visiting wif Mistrie*
  • Blogger Mia and Ghost posted at 11:36 AM  
    Oh... Precious that is a lovely poem. You are just as talented as your sisfurs with the poetry.

    Hey, Calicodad & Calicomom... we are glad you rescued the four girls...
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 11:40 AM  
    What a wonderful Daddy!!!!!! And a great poem!
  • Blogger Ariel posted at 12:00 PM  
    Awww what a very sweet poem :)
  • Blogger Pumpkin posted at 1:48 PM  
    Ooooo, I LUV yur poem! Owr Daddys luv us just as much as owr Mommys do but sumtimes they won't admit it.
  • Anonymous Karen Jo posted at 3:52 PM  
    What a beautiful poem for your Daddy. He's just the way great Daddies are supposed to be. Strong and manly on the outside and tender and loving on the inside.
  • Blogger Eric and Flynn posted at 4:07 PM  
    Dat's a furry good pome yoo rote bowt yer daddy. Owr daddy pretends to be tuff, but reely he's a big ole softee too.
  • Blogger Beau Beau & Angie posted at 4:19 PM  
    Yur poem made Mom's eyes leak. It is so lovely. You are wonderful and so are the Calico girls and beans.
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 4:21 PM  
    We liked dat pome, it says effury ting bout daddy's. They all act like dat.*snicker*
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 5:19 PM  
    That's a lovely poem. We can see that your beans are great and that you love them lots.
  • Blogger brandi posted at 6:19 PM  
    Ohh, Precious. You are soooo lucky. Not only do you have a really nice furreffer home, you have a sweet daddy to play with you AND you are talented!


    Thank you for your help, too,
    brandi's mom Carol
  • Blogger Edsel/The Pooch posted at 7:56 PM  
    a very good poem! maybe you should try writin' more of them? talent seems to run in your family!
  • Blogger Les Trois Chats posted at 8:05 PM  
    That is the most precious poem I've read in a long time. Got me all teary!! He wasn't tough, indeed. He's a big 'ol softie to his little girls.
    ~ tammara :-)
  • Blogger KC posted at 8:13 PM  
    o, precious, u 'n i bof haf tha bestest daddies in tha whole world, don't we. hee-hee. ur poem is furry furry good, my mommie 'n daddie luvs it.

    when daddie gotted me, he said i wuz so cute but he had a cat 'n didn't want two. so i's said, OK, kin i jus curl up on ur's shoulder 'n nap awhile....hee-hee. i's been napping there efurry since.
  • Blogger William posted at 8:18 PM  
  • Blogger Mette posted at 6:04 AM  
    That's a great poem.
    Lett's see how the poem goes next year.
    Dad the cat-lover.
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