​If I Was A Hungry Cat

If I was a hungry cat. Furry, fluffy and fat

I’ll eat some mice. It’ll feel so nice

I’ll have some fish to my heart’s wish

Still feel empty after that, if I was a hungry cat

I’ll bite John’s shoe, Anne’s book I’ll chew

Gulp a horseshoe, then lick some glue

Still feel empty after that, if I was a hungry cat

Then I’ll eat some wood. It’ll taste so good

Some pebbles and stones to harden my bones

Grow quite big after that, if I was a hungry cat

Then I’ll try tables and chairs, happy couples and pairs

Buses and trains, cars and cranes

Grow quite big after that, but my hunger won’t go yet

Have parks for lunch, factories facing crunch

Some rivers I’d drink and even some seas, i think

Grow into a giant cat if I was hungry like that

I’ll eat mountains and hills, tax returns and bills

And get my paws all over the crazy laws

Empty Earth after that if I was a hungry cat

My hunger won’t be done so I’ll eat Moon and Sun

And then erase whatever’s left in space

Float like a space jet if I was a hungry cat

And when everything else fails

I’ll eat my own tail

Bite my own head off

Wait, I wouldn’t do that

No, no, no

I wouldn’t do that if I was a hungry cat

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52 thoughts on “​If I Was A Hungry Cat

  1. Saint Helena brought cats to the Island in the year of 327, to fight snakes. Since then, the island has not had snakes, and cats are everywhere. It’s considered a “citizen common task” to feed them, and everybody buys cat food every now and then, to feed stray cats.

    Some people even create shelters and adopts dozens of cats. One of my neighbours have 20 cats, which he feeds daily. Many restaurants have their own “house cats”, which are allowed to walk among the tables, and ask customers for food.

    This island is cat paradise 🙂

    Video from outside a mosque in Larnaca 🙂

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