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Singing cat

Kitty can spit some rhymes. Would you buy his album?

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by Anonymousreply 5Last Saturday at 12:21 PM

No cat lovers around today?

by Anonymousreply 1Last Saturday at 11:22 AM

My three-legged cat does the same thing, except it's deeper and more mournful.

I don't know why that cat is vocalizing, but mine does it when it's mealtime (usually dinner) and he doesn't know where his adopted cat sister is, or if the rest of the family are in the back of the house and he's all alone in the front.

Of course the second I start filming, he stops maaauuu-ing.

by Anonymousreply 2Last Saturday at 11:49 AM

My cat is better. She sings opera.

by Anonymousreply 3Last Saturday at 11:56 AM

My favorite Stevie Smith poem (and I'm not a cat person):


It was a little captive cat

Upon a crowded train

His mistress takes him from his box

To ease his fretful pain.

She holds him tight upon her knee

The graceful animal

And all the people look at him

He is so beautiful.

But oh he pricks and oh he prods

And turns upon her knee

Then lifteth up his innocent voice

In plaintive melody.

He lifteth up his innocent voice

He lifteth up, he singeth

And to each human countenance

A smile of grace he bringeth.

He lifteth up his innocent paw

Upon her breast he clingeth

And everybody cries, Behold

The cat, the cat that singeth.

He lifteth up his innocent voice

He lifteth up, he singeth

And all the people warm themselves

In the love his beauty bringeth.

by Anonymousreply 4Last Saturday at 11:57 AM
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