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Circle of Life - A Pet Story
It seems like just the other day Our pup, Shadrack, did pass away; And altho’ they never seemed like friends, My old cat, Jorg, knew Shad had met his untimely end. He mourned his loss every day And looked for Shadrack everywhere. He’d mew and moan as if to say, “We were friends. I do care.” Then one night, an eerie howl Awoke me from my sleep. He’d found Shad’s toys and left no doubt That his feelings did run deep. So our tedious search began To find another likely pup; But while my poor wife still grieved, Could another measure up? We went to Second Chance and Free to Live. She just could not make up her mind. She loved them all; but, if she picked just one, The rest would have to stay behind. Then, quite by chance, there was a “pound pup” Who’d been picked up from the streets. He was a mutt, a “schnauza-pug”; But he was awfully sweet. He jumped up and kissed her frantically. He seemed aware of his “iffy” situation. He made the best of his opportunity. Tears of joy told her elation. “This is the one”, she smiled through tears, As she held him... oh, so tight. “I’m sure that Jorg will like him too. Everything will be alright”. And so it was, until one day When old Jorg did pass away… There was no hesitation on this sad occasion; Come Saturday morning, we went straight to the pound, Open minded and hoping to be “saviors”, Surely a nice cat was to be found. “Sadly”, the lady said,” three kitties have only today. There’s Andre and Panda and another one too”. My wife smiled and said, “Jorg was your boy. You pick. They’re both beautiful cats. It’s up to you”. As I pondered this commitment Another cat, a young one, caught my eye. Like Jorg, he was a common gray tabby. Fond memories were stirred. I almost cried. On closer look, his name was Boris; And, strangely, he was number three. There was a small sign on his crate, “I don’t like other cats and other cats don’t like me”. But there was character in his eyes and he was cute. He was rolling and purring and stretching. He seemed to look deep into my heart And did his best to be quite fetching. But because he was just a common gray tabby, And because of the little sign, His chances were slim, his future quite dim And one day is precious little time. For a moment I was lost in his eyes And I heard his desperate plea, “I’m a swell cat and litter box trained. Take me. Please, take me”. “Well”, my wife urged, “is it Andre or Panda”? “One of us will take the other kitty.”, two older ladies chimed. “You can each have one ladies”, I said with a smile. I want Boris and he wants to be mine”. In just hours he was romping and rolling with Pepper, Who had happily welcomed his new friend. Boris was a perfect fit, an affirmation; The Circle of Life never ends. Much more Joy than Sadness in this Circle, And there should never be regrets. Honor their memories and all the love they share, Never break the Circle, never be without a Pet.
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