Wednesday, January 22, 2014

I, Noah Cat, Am Here!

This is not actually how I got here.  This is a wood carrier in my new house.  I thought I might look better arriving in this than the carrier they had me in.  That one had bars.  It was much more cell-like, and it was embarrassing to be seen in it.  Like I was a prisoner.  Yeah, like I'm ever a prisoner!

I don't know why they didn't let me travel in this.  So much more class.  I know someone took a picture of me in the other carrier, but it isn't going up on MY page.
My page is going to be about me, by me and flattering to me.  Always.

Editor's Note:  I am transcribing this for him, so I get to edit this before it goes online.  Thus,  I get the final say.  He doesn't know that.  Do not tell him.  He thinks he is getting the final say in what - ow! 

I get the final say in whatever is written.

I didn't know he could read.

I don't know why she said "Ow!".  I am a gentleman and have never raised a paw to her, nor has she seen my teeth other than when I talk or yawn.  So melodramatic. 

Ok, so it was static when you rubbed against my arm after rubbing on the computer screen.

Noah Knew

I'd been a wanderer for days on end
Just looking for a forever friend
And then one day I felt a soul
Come walking by me, sad as coal;
I thought I sensed a feline need
And knew they'd follow if I'd lead
So lead I did and they fell in
To take me home where we'd all win.
It's not by chance we came to meet
I knew you'd have a Sweet Home Suite! 

©Donna JT Smith, 2014


  1. Donna this is so fun! Reminds me of Melanesia Watt's Chester. If you don't know him, go to the library. Love the fish bone backgroun! Your poem is perfect, the stars did align to bring you together. Look forward to more from Noah.

    1. I just checked out the title on Amazon. I'll have to see if we have it in the library. Isn't the background fun? It also matches Noah's coloring, and to speak.

  2. I'm so glad people are adopting strays this month! P.F. is crawling with cats! Welcome, Noah!

    1. It does seem to be the month for cat adoptions and blogs. Noah's a pretty contented cat now.

  3. Beautiful beginnings for Noah. How did he know he'd be a star and have a new home! The design is spectacular, Donna!

    1. Thanks, Linda! I like the fishbones and they seemed to go with Noah's coloring pretty well!

  4. Welcome, Noah! Can't wait till you let yourself out of the bag :).

    1. He is "sacked out" a lot of the time! It's tiring to nap.

  5. Clearly, Noah will have much to say! Looking forward to it. :)


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