Mary was going to buy a cat. How was she going to choose?
There were cats with or without fur. Cats of any colour from white to black. There were short hair and long hair.
There were smalls kittens to older cats
So many choices her head might explode!
She then heard a meow that sounded different from the rest. She wondered where it was coming from. She walked further along the row of cats when she came across a tabby cat.
The cat had the cutest face!
Mary knew this was the cat for her!
They arrived home an hour later. Mary was thrilled to have a cat!
What was she going to name her?
There was so many names that would be good for a cat
From A to Z. Any name starting with an S
Sophelia was going to be the cat’s name!
Sophelia was a cute cat
She had whiskers and a tail.
Her favorite food was tuna!
Her coat was brown and black. While the front was as white as snow
The first thing Mary found out about Sophelia shocked Mary.
The cat could talk!
The second thing she found out was that Sophelia was highly adventurous!
“It’s time for tea Sophie!” said Mary.
“Already?” replied Sophie.
“Of course. It’s always tea time.” Mary responded.
“Well I’m sick of tea. I’m a cat. Cat’s don’t like tea.”
“Who’s to say cats don’t like tea?” Mary asked, somewhat confused.
“Cats have refined taste if I do say so.”
“Well I guess you have an opinion.”
“I do” Sophie replied with confidence.
“Silly goose” said Mary.
“I’m not a goose! I’m a cat.” said Madame Sophelia
“Cats can’t talk?”
“Well, obviously I can.”
It was mysterious smell that provoked the senses. It was difficult to tell where it had originated. Nothing could make sense, nothing smelled so bad as this one smell. A putrid smell. Where was it coming from, why could it not go away?
I now knew where it was it was coming from. The cat, no wait, my mother. Which one would be worse?
Calling all cats to attend a meeting! It’s time to see which cat can be the star of a children’s book. Too many to choose! Calling cats to be cute too. Of course Sophie wins. She’s my cat, and a cute one as well. Great that I did not have to look too far. Sophie will be the focus for a children’s book and she won’t even have to act like a cat… because she already is one! Brilliant I say, good show!