Haiku by Cat: Math

Haiku by Cat: advanced math is not / needed to determine when / cat’s dinner is late

Today’s haiku is by Athena.

If you were to ask Athena, she would tell you that dinner is always late. Because she’s always hungry. And when she’s hungry, food should be served. It’s a pretty simple equation:

Hungry + Cat = Dinnertime

I suppose there are other cat formulas that apply as well.

Likelihood of hissyfits: Hungry cat(s) x 4 = Hissing

How fast a cat can run: Velocity of cat = sound of can opening x proximity to food bowl

How quickly a litter box is used: Litter box x recent cleaning = probability of usage

The sound of a purr: Purr volume  = (full tummy x available lap) + (sun puddle x chin scratchies)

The quality of a box: Box attractiveness = (Length x width x height) + how much the other cats want it

What formulas would you use for your pets?

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18 Comments on "Haiku by Cat: Math"

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  1. easy rider says:

    ooooh math… my mommas deadliest enemy :o) eggs-cessive barking + NO!not now! = ok, let’s go…

  2. Emma says:

    Don’t feed a cat late…you may regret it!

  3. Bentley lets me know the minute that his meals are late. Obviously, the Basset Hound can starve within five minutes of a late dinner. BOL!

  4. da tabbies o trout towne says:

    math total lee stinx
    best subject in skewl: lunch brake
    his tree stinx all sew

  5. If you ask my cat he will also tell you dinner is always late!

  6. Daisy says:

    That expression on Athena speaks volumes!!

  7. Our favorite has always been: sunshine + open window = happy cat

  8. Those are advanced mathematical formulas that Mum never learnt in high school ! She should have though. Purrs

  9. meowmeowmans says:

    One thing’s for sure. Zoe and Gracie tummies are good at knowing when it’s time to eat! 🙂

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