Poem #6 – A Tale of Two Kitties

I’d like to say that this is a happy story but as it sometimes goes in life, this is a tale of two kitties who do not get along. Their sisterhood is best described as a hate-hate relationship. Today’s poem is their story.

Kikiwoozer, left, prepares to strike at Little Puss. Though one cat is black where the other is white, there is no yin to this yang.

To read it, scroll down in the alphabetical list in Day 6 to read “Kikiwoozer and Little Puss.” 

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2 thoughts on “Poem #6 – A Tale of Two Kitties

    1. They’re a lot like two little old ladies with a decade long feud who must share the same church pew but just can’t ever forgive, mostly Kiki.Very sad, but there had to be a poem there. Thank you!

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