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from Meow Means Me! Now!
by Maggie Bishop

Thursday, August 10, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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From Hunter the cat's point of view, this is from one year in his 20 year life.

Age 0, With Momma

I lift my head high and try to see
the blurry shape of others like me.

My kitten-ken are warm and hungry.
We bump and push on Momma’s tummy.

What’s this? I ask when a hairless paw
shows me the biggest eyes I ever saw.

“We’ll take him,” rings loudly in my ears.
“Come back at eight weeks,” brings me to tears.

Momma! I cry when back in the nest.
She licks me to set my mind to rest.

It won’t be long ’til you’re on your own.
You’ll train your friends by just the right tone.

Meow Means Me! Now!

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Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 12/3/2006
I loved this...I had a cat while growing up in here in the Appalachian hills of Kentucky who looked just like Hunter, her name was Nig, named after my uncle. I caught a glimpse of your profile, the name of your book jumped out at me and I am so glad that I stopped by your den. Love your style of writing and can relate well.
Blessings from Kentucky,
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine 8/13/2006
Very enjoyable read. R
Reviewed by Michelle Mills 8/11/2006
An adorable write, and a beautiful photo! Michelle
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 8/10/2006
Sounds like you know Cats!
Enjoyed this one.
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 8/10/2006
This is adorable! What a unique perspective.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/10/2006
Cute! :)
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