There is a house on Brookwood Avenue, a quiet house, where no man lives.
And in this house, there is a painting, a regal painting, in a quiet house on Brookwood Avenue, where no man lives.
In that painting, there sits a cat, a handsome cat, in a regal painting, in a quiet house on Brookwood Avenue, where no man lives.
The house on Brookwood Avenue in Concord begs to be a children’s story, written in the fashion of Audrey Wood’s classic, “The Napping House.”
A small brick ranch, never a home to humans, solely occupied by cats, Princeton’s Meow is Cabarrus County Humane Society’s only cage-free cat adoption site.
The original is here: At Princeton’s Meow, the cats rule.