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Monday Morning #Haiku 24 — White Kitten

Henry the Kitten

Fluffy white kitten
Tomcat under construction
Tiny claws grow fast

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8 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 24 — White Kitten

  1. redbrickgirl on said:

    Hey, great images! Have you ever considered selling your images? I work for a photography company called EyeEm and we would like to work with you. If you are interested, please send me an email at cat@eyeem.com. Have a great day!

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  2. So cute, and so clever! HOpe you are well, Sarah.

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    • Thanks, Naomi. Yes, I’m well but am aware of being somewhat neglectful of my blogging friends over the Summer. Just having a bit of a rest (if I truly know the meaning of the word), as the writing and editing of my novel quite wore me out. Not enjoying the submission process at all. It’s a bit like throwing one’s well-loved baby into a pit and hoping someone fishes it out and says “Yay, look what I’ve discovered … gold-dust!”

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  3. sweet cat!! Enjoy his kittenness!!

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  4. I don’t mind the claws – it is the weeing to create a smell I can’t be bothering with.

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    • Am pleased that the kitten is in my daughter’s house and not mine, although it’s a well-behaved and relatively clean cat.

      When my children were young we owned a naughty black cat called Gobollino (the witch’s cat). It once peed in a box containing my son’s computer games. We managed to dry most of them out but they stunk to high heaven ever after.

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