Children's Poems and Rhyming Story Oscars Fishy Treat by Joanne Hayle - Children's Stories Net

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  Oscars Fishy Treat
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Oscar the tabby cat sat waiting on the mat,
He'd shopped online, such a clever cat,
Bet you didn't know a cat could do that?
A nice big fishy treat he craved, juicy and fat
With his bowl of kibbles, no fishy old tat
Soon the doorbell rang, but oh no, oh bother, oh drat!
The front door didn't have a cat flap, he'd forgotten that
Oscar wished he could shrink and crawl out of the letterbox to chat
And get his scrummy fishy treat from Supermarket man Pat
From the mat he meowed and meowed but off went Pat
Moaning about there being no one at home to his driver Matt
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Poor Oscar thought "Boo hoo! What's Pat got to complain at?
I've got no fishy treat and I feel like a really daft old cat
I'm sure I'd only feel worse if I sat down, splat on a cowpat,
Hmm, serves me right for being a clever and naughty cat!"
Later on, his human came home and saw him sat
Looking glum and tapping his paw like a baseball bat
His human smiled and said "Hello, you lovely fluffy cat,
try and guess what I've got hidden in my hat?"
Oscar yawned; he didn't want to play 'What's that?'
But then he saw...he saw...a big scrummy fish in the hat!
Oscar grinned, and ran around in circles meowing "I'm a happy cat!"
His human laughed, "Bless you, you're such a good little cat."
Oscar decided to tell his human about shopping later, no rush for that
No, his fishy treat firstly, followed by a lick of the yummy hat
He purred to himself, "Mister Oscar Tabby, you are a naughty but clever cat!"
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