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Where Did He Go?
by Susan Bergeron
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Chicklet, out big black cat has stolen
the affections of another kitty (of sorts).


The orange and black stuffed cat

Sat no top of the TV for years.

Now in a moment it suddenly disappears.

Where oh where did he go?


Oh look, he is sitting in the back room…

How did he get there?

A few hours later he is in the middle of the kitchen floor…

Did he come to Life?


Bumpity Bumpity Bumpity

And his new landing spot is the upstairs bathroom.

For a stuffed animal he really gets around.

You just never know where he will be found.


Sitting in my chair I hear it again and I look

Bumpity Bumpity Bumpity…

And I see the big black cat going through

The hallway, his new little friend being toted along.


Now we know how he got where he went

Hitching a ride with the bigger unstuffed cat

When will they tell us

Of their undying love

And of all their adventures?


Susan Bergeron

 March 25, 2009   




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Reviewed by Carin Spirit 8/19/2010
This is very cute, I have an orangish cat and a black cat, they are always moving things around on me. They mess with me like that, I guess to make sure I am alive. They recently took me on an excellent adventerous, I haven't giggled and laughed like that in a million years.

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