THE PET CAT
Once I had a Cat,
Which ate a lot of rats,
When all rats in our house it ate,
It drank all the milk we had.
Mother gave him a thrashing,
And pushed the poor cat out,
It went looking furious,
As if saying, “I’ll come back!”
It accidentally fell into the dustbin,
And a truck came at that time,
It hit the dustbin so hard,
It went rolling into the city in no time!
I looked for him all over,
Until I found him at the market,
Someone saw my cat and took it away,
And I kept shouting, “Hey, that is my pet!”
I went to the police,
When I saw a paper,
On it was written “4th street, Waves Town”,
And the name behind was “Napier”.
I went to the town,
It took me an hour,
I rang the bell outside,
And said “That cat is mine”
The man politely gave it to me,
Said that this cat,
Because he had bought it,
I controlled myself and said,
“You keep your cat,
I don’t want it.”
The man became joyous and took back his cat.
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