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What is it about Cats

By John I. Blair

What is it about cats

That they never come straight toward you

Like a dog?

Instead they angle slightly to the side,

Pretending they’ve a different agenda

That just by chance will take them

Into your vicinity. And,

If you should wish to pet them as they pass,

They might tolerate it.

©2006 John I. Blair  

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