Black Cat Prowl

black halloween cat

Giant Black Halloween Cat in neighborhood

Black Cat Prowl

My fur is black.
My eyes are green.
I prowl outside at night unseen,
On silent paws outside the house
Looking for a juicy mouse!

I see a headlight up the road,
And cross the short grass newly mowed
To crouch beneath a blooming rose
And flex the claws between my toes.

My pupils narrow to a slit
Because the garden’s briefly lit
By auto headlights passing by.
I stop to lick my paws and sigh.

My whiskers give a little twitch.
I rush along the nearby ditch!
I’m hungry now; I must go back
And have a little midnight snack

From the food bowl on the floor
Filled with kibbles from the store
Inside the cat-flap near the door.
I’m home and couldn’t ask for more!

© Feline Café original poem

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13 Comments

  1. I’ve kinda wanted one of those inflatable cats, but our yard is rather small. Maybe someday when one goes on clearance. Love the poem that accompanied it.

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  2. Great poem. I don’t usually like those big decorations that need to be on all the time to stay inflated, but I really like the cat one 🙂

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      1. I’ve never actually chosen a black cat….I’ve never actually chosen any cat…they seem to chose me.
        It’s been a while since I’ve had a black one…even his whiskers and paw pads are black. As you’ve seen in his pictures he has a tiny white bib but otherwise all black.
        Now that I think of it my last black cat was when I was a child, his name was “Inky” and we had his brother Tommie but he was my sister’s cat. Inky was mine. He’s the first one I remember but I’ve been told there was a tiger cat named Peggy that used to ride in the bassinet with me. Yup, always a cat person….with a few dogs thrown in for good measure. Oh, and once had a guinea pig when I lived in a place where I couldn’t have a cat because the landlady was allergic.

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