9 St. Patrick’s Day Limericks as written by cats
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, a few well-versed felines share their original limericks with us.
There once was a tabby named Neal,
Who missed not one single meal;
And nobody knew,
He ate Stripey’s food too,
That’s why he was such a big deal.
A cat always found himself waking,
To bright flashes and photograph-taking;
And so he would choose,
To feign a deep snooze,
But everyone knew he was faking.
Oreo found himself bitter,
With cats who kicked out all the litter;
Fluff couldn’t care less,
And kept making a mess,
‘Cause no one could call him a quitter.
Felix was quite a tough guy,
But car-riding made that cat cry;
And his people would say,
It would all be okay,
But he meowed like he thought he would die.
There once was a tomcat named Lou,
Who wore a cotton beret that was blue;
He was quite a known brat,
And he hated that hat,
So he vomited in his mom’s shoe.
A new box appeared on the floor,
Both cats thought for sure they would score;
Then they saw the bad news,
For inside there were shoes,
That were being returned to the store.
Muffin found places to hide,
But they always saw his back side;
He thought he was crafty,
Though his bottom felt drafty,
But still every time Muffin tried.
Skip thought it was always a chore,
To decide on one side of the door;
So betwixt he stood frozen,
The door was not closin’,
So his mom picked him up off the floor.
Her food bowl was empty again,
So she loudly meowed the song of her kin;
But when her human still didn't wake,
She decided to partake,
In sinking her claws into his skin.
Be sure to share these with your friends tonight over an Irish stout!
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