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Sat, 08 May 2010
Jack and Jill went up the hill and who did they find? Why, Dozy Dora and her Little Kitten of course.


Dozy Dora's Kitten.

Playing with a little kitten Dozy Dora lost her knitting.

Before too long the cat went missing, leaving Dora clucking, fussing.

If her hearing had been better she might have heard it gently snoring

- curled up in a half-finished mitten.

“Oh where is that knitting?” she swore and she cussed,

Pulling her hair until it was mussed.

It was not until late the next morning she looked in a drawer  for a shilling

to pay a man at the door

And there was the knitting and in it the kitten,

The end of the wool all caught up in its claws!

Carefully she unravelled it, anxious not to make it skit

But intent as she was on her lip-biting task she quite forgot the waiting milkman

And rap, rap, rap, he struck her knocker and up jumped Puss, his two eyes round.

In a flash he was out of the drawer running as he hit the ground, half a mile outside the         pound,

Dozy Dora's unravelled mitten trailing out behind him, but at least, thought Dora,

he was safe and sound.

Putting out a bowl of milk (after paying off the churlish merchant) she found his little bell and rang it.

Presently the cat came back with half a mitten wrapped around it.

“Oh dear,” said Dozy Dora and put down the old tin mug of coconut milk and honey she was drinking with a loud clatter.

Try as she might she just couldn't remember who she had been making the mitten for but eventually decided it didn't really matter...

As it was they were for herself, to try to stop her fingers aching and to help her take hot cake

from out of the oven (she was very good at baking).

She remembered eventually of course, just after the main course,

her guests all now quite anxious for pudding.

Quickly she sent our the cat, in his best frock and cap to buy what he could for a shilling.

Imagine her stare when he flew down the stairs with a tray of cup-cakes and chocolate éclairs.

"I was saving them for a rainy day," he purred,

"Is it raining then?" Dora asked the kitten, "you might have told me earlier, I might have remembered to bring in the washing."

But the clever kitten had already done it and do you know what?

He had even finished knitting the mitten.

Dear old Dozy Dora and her helpful kitten!


Posted 10:29

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