cat magic - every cat has this naturally enherent ability. to move without notice, to disapear in plain site, to completely hide within an open room and then without so much as the smalliest sound of notice, reappear in another part of the room or a diffrent room altogether.
I site the following nursery rhyme: *
pussycat, where have you been?"
"I've been up to London to visit the Queen."
"Pussycat, pussycat, what did you dare?"
"I frightened a little mouse under her chair"
How did Puissycat get to
She certainly didn't take a bus. It was cat magic!
Otto - Master of Cat Magic.
It would not be proper to call him a magician for he is a cat. Magic is in his nature.
The origins of the "Pussycat
pussycat" rhyme dates back to the history of 16th century Tudor England. One of
the waiting ladies of Queen Elizabeth Ist had an old cat which roamed throughout
Windsor castle. On one particular occasion the cat ran beneath the throne where
its tail brushed against the Queen's foot, startling her. Luckily 'Good Queen
Bess' had a sense of humour and decreed that the cat could wander about the
throne room, on condition it kept it free of mice!