(I would never tell her so,
but I'm really impressed by all the ribbons
Kizzie has hanging around the house.
I don't know what 'gility means,
but it seems to be a big deal.
Blue is a really good color for me,
so I'd like some ribbons like Kizzie has.)
I gotta admit, when Kizzie gets fed up with me
and gives me a really scary growl, I back off real fast!
Speaking of growls, I have my own;
it's something else that makes my FM laugh out loud.
I growl when anybody pets me (which is something I really, really love);
she says I'm like cat, purring in contentment.
Beau & Siddhartha Gautama Buddha, who wrote:
"Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle,
and the life of the candle will not be shortened.
Happiness never decreases by being shared."
While we're on the subject of sisters,
I want to mention Emma, my 15-year-old foster sister.
She's my idol. Nothing fazes her.
When I do silly puppy things,
like throwing my toy it in the air and catching it,
she looks at me with an air of mature bemusement,
then turns around a couple of times and goes back to sleep.
Wow! Just think of the years of wisdom she has stored up in her brain . . .
and we don't have any notion what all is there because she's a foster, too,
and we don't know what experiences she had before she came here.
Now, please don't get me wrong.
I really love being here, but I'd rather have my own forever home,
where I know I'd never have to leave again
and I would live & love & be loved forever & ever.
And I would know that some other fur kid would have a place to stay
while waiting for his/her own forever home.
I would greatly appreciate your consideration.
I'm quite a swell fellow!