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Sunday, May 9, 2010

the quick cat

Lynettea wrote me a haiku, but I don't know if it is satisfactory as an apology. It seems a bit equivocal.

the quick cat
almost catches a moth
autumn twilight


I have just given her a sharp signal that I am ready for bed. My snugglesafe warmer has been freshly heated and I have some soft wheatbags around it.
Thank you for your other suggestions. I will see if Lynettea does any of them. She is not easy to train.

I will try to get some of her pictures she took at her ginko on Saturday at the Botanic Gardens. She said all the roses in the Rose Garden were flowering. I had to stay home. No cats are allowed in the Botanic Gardens - another example of discrimination against cats.

4 comments:

meowmeowmans said...

It sounds like Lynettea is really trying to make things up to you, Diamond. Humans are very difficult to train, so be patient and stick with it!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

I find that sort of specism abhorant. But who cares what I think? I'm a cat...

Huffle Mawson said...

Well, it's a nice haiku.

I hope you're keeping warm, Diamond. It's pretty cold here in Melbourne this week!

MmeBenaut said...

Oh poor Diamond, such awful discrimination!
I'm actually quite glad that Lynettea was able to see those beautiful roses.