The cat is still recovering from the other day. Some intruder came to our bay. She tried to be nice and give us a brush, but we treated her like something you'd flush.
There she was,
Here just because?
I knew not why.
But away I did fly.
Cassie gave a glare.
She has one hateful stare.
Females and big dogs she gives it to.
I guess she wants to be the only female at our zoo.
Then she ran under the bed.
We were both filled with dread.
Why did Pat let her in?
This surely wasn't a win.
We couldn't have her.
She didn't make us purr.
She was just scary.
And far too hairy.
Although that hair I may like to chew,
Between me and you.
Pat's armpits learned that.
Hey, I'm a weird cat.
She then moved near our litter box.
Good thing she had on socks.
My litter might stab her feet.
Nope, after going, I'm not neat.
Then she moved further in.
She was near my food with her sin.
She reached up with a do hickey,
And that is when things got tricky.
The fire alarm went off.
That made us both scoff.
It gave us a headache as well.
Those things sure are hell.
She said it worked fine.
Waved goodbye to each feline,
After checking a box.
She left and Pat turned the locks.
So she was the yearly fire alarm tester,
Only here to set the thing off and pester.
I guess that's not so bad.
Things are now back to normal at our pad.
What? Did you think it was something more? Whoops, sorry for the curve ball at our shore. This was four months ago though. So I guess you never know. Our headache is hopefully gone by now. We sure can hiss, spit and meow. But she thought it was cute. That doesn't work when I'm trying to be a brute. Next time the cat will have to pass nasty gas out of my little rhyming ass.
Later all, have a nice fall.