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Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit

“Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit” is a common British superstition which states that a person should say or repeat the word “rabbit”  out loud upon waking on the first day of the month, because doing so will ensure good luck for the duration of that month.  44 more words

- Dog Gone Bees -



Dog’s shouldn’t eat bees cos…
they then can’t bite off fleas.
Lick their fur to clean.
Chew on bones as they please.
Bare their teeth at thief’s with ease. 79 more words


Birds In A Cage



“Time for bed,” said the white bird

to the yellow one.

They’re parakeets.

Their cage is large.  They have a bird bath

for drinking and splashing.  274 more words

Children's Poems - Stories

Puffy Fluffy: Our Hamster



Puffy Fluffy looks out his cage.

He wants to roll and play.

Many times, we’ll place him

In his hamster ball so he can

roll around on the floor. 556 more words

Children's Poems - Stories

Paper Cover

What’s the toy for today?

Davout is showing off his evil genius curled face whiskers…

Help!  I’m drowning in my own fluff!! 70 more words


The Night time Routine

My three cats have the night time routine down pat. Tonight they reminded me how well they have me trained. When my daughter is in bed two out of the three cats are waiting outside the bedroom door and as soon as it closes one of them (Ernie) meows loudly while running to the kitchen and he kept running back to make sure I was following. 72 more words