Tuesday, 24 July 2007

Birthday Poem

Baby Mao: today is your first birthday. I am impressed you have made it this far. Apparently my attempts to deprive you of nourishment have failed.


Here is a birthday poem I wrote for you, from the bottom of my heart.


Happy birthday to you

You really smell of poo

You are stinky and very annoying

Happy birthday to you.


Now, onto more important subjects! Some of you thoughtful cats have been enquiring as to how the recent spate of bad weather has affected me. Well, I am very happy to confirm that my royal paws have not been made wet as a result of the elements.



It has, however, rained constantly for weeks now although we on the Isle of Wight have not been flooded. Yet.



It seems to be the rest of England who are mostly affected and I almost feel sorry for the humans who have lost their homes as a result of this dreadful weather. Almost, but not quite. They are only humans, after all. If they were pets - well, then, I am sure it would inspire my deepest sympathies!



Anyway, I have to go and help Mao celebrate his birthday. I may give him the birthday jump.



Ta ta for now



HRH Yao-Lin xxx

21 comments:

Chairman Mao said...

hehehe, you and Baby Mao crack me up! I'll go wish him happy burffday. And I'm glad you haven't been flooded. I really hope that awful weather in England stops furry furry soon!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Daisy said...

Yao-Lin, it was very nice of you to write Baby Mao a birthday poem. I am sure he will treasure this poem forever and ever.

Caesar and Princess said...

Awww poor Baby Mao. We are very happy that his a big boy now!

Purrs, Princess

sammawow-china cat-willow said...

We're are very glad that you are not flooded...And glad that you wrote a very interesting birthday poem for Baby Mao's first birthday!

Purrrrrrs, China Cat & Willow

Parker said...

Yao, that was a deep and heart felt birthday poem for your brother. I am sure he was very touched by the sentiment!
I am very happy your paws are staying dry!

caricature said...

Happy birthday to Baby Mao. I'm glad you took time out of your royal schedule to write Baby Mao a poem. Regal lyrics as usual... :)

jcfloresinc said...

Yao-lin, you will be nice to Baby Mao!! Today is his 1st Purrthday! I'm giving you my Don't Mess with me Look!! And I will be watching you!! Check out my blog to see that I mean it!!!
Your FL furiend,
Samantha

Donny and Marie and Casey said...

MOL! Gurreat bday song...that inspires me to make up one for Donny and Marie....

*evil grin*

~Casey

I am so glad that you are ok!! I've been worrying about my sweet Ramses, myself....

~Marie

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Huh, yoo wrote a poem fur Baby Mao, isn't dat sweet. I wonder how many of those homes lost in the flood had pets in them, perhaps even cats!

Henry Helton said...

I think that was the best birthday poem that I have ever read in my life. Wow.

The Meezers said...

::snerk:: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Pet's are 4 Life said...

Happy buffday to Baby Mao!!
~Napoleon & Hunter~

Lux said...

It was so *sweet of you to write a birthday poem to Mao ...

I'm glad you haven't been flooded; a bunch of water sounds terrible!

Forty Paws said...

Thank you for your kind words fur our liddle Dorfie. We appreciate it!

Luf, Us

michico 小芥 said...

Wowww~~~~ Lovely poem to Baby Mao~!!!!

*kiss from Adan*

Full Monty Q said...

I know that poem took a lot out of you, Yao-lin!

I'm glad you are high and dry.
Tara

Tara said...

Opps, sorry, I entered Monty's contest and forgot to sign out!
Tara

Kimo & Sabi said...

Hahahaaaaa - you kwack us up!

Monty Q. Kat said...

I'm sure that Baby Mao loved his poem. :)

Stay dry, YHR!

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

You put all of the important things first in life don't you Yao-lin? hehe.... I hope Mao doesn't get cheeky now that he's a Man Cat too.

Latte

Bounce, Lucy and Trixie said...

Dat was a furry, uh, nice poem. You are very eloquent xpressing yoreself. We're glad that your royal feets have not been wet with all the rain. We hopes all the cats are okay and none of their houses are flooded.