A Mother’s Day Poem from the Cat

A Mother’s Day Poem from the Cat – a poem written by the cat to the cat mom. A great poem for moms who have a cat as their furever child. #CatMom #CatMoms #MothersDay #Cats

I am not sure who wrote this poem or even drew this picture. Happy Cat Mother’s Day from me, Joel the Brave and MissPrints to our cat mom and all other cat moms out there.

If anyone knows who wrote this let me know so I can give proper credit. See the graphic that a person created too, shown below.

A Mother’s Day Poem from the Cat

I thank you for the food you bring, and for my little squeak thing.

I thank you for your friendly talks, and when you change my litter box.

I thank you for the naps we share, and putting up with tufts of hair.

I thank you for these things you do …

Pretty cute eh? Since I have a cat as child too. I figured I would share this with my readers. I hope everyone out there has a Happy Mother’s Day!

A Mother's Day Poem from the Cat #MothersDay (I thank you for the food you bring, and for my little squeak thing. I thank you for your friendly talks, and when you change my litter box. I thank you for the naps we share, and putting up with tufts of hair. I thank you for these things you do ...)

I am not sure who did this poem.

Check out these blog post …

I embedded a few blog post to check out.

Lilly Bug

This is a blog post about me of course, Lilly Bug.

Joel the Brave

This is about Joel the Brave.

MissPrints

This is about MissPrints.

Prevent litter box problems

This talks about preventing litter box problems.

First Published May 13, 2017. Last updated and/or Republished May 11, 2024.

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Author: Lilly Bug

I'm Lilly Bug, a female calico cat / tortoiseshell cat  living in Jefferson City, TN and I want to share my adventures with you. Plus, I share other cat information too. I live with my daddy hooman, Steve and my momma hooman Heather. Plus let's not forget my brother cat, Joel the Brave. I am part of 2 Cats and a Blog that now blog here on Courageous Christian Father, the blog my dadda hooman does.

2 thoughts on “A Mother’s Day Poem from the Cat

  1. You could also do this for Father. Just change the word Mother to Father, for cats like me who have a Father taking care of them at home.

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