When you're little and fuzzy,
No one takes you seriously.
But be as friendly as you can
And you’ll get a lot of love.
It’s sit and stay and lie down.
You enjoy a tiled ground.
Try to be as good a boy as you can be,
But you’ll never understand those strange two-legged beings.
They tower above.
But usually when you’re cute and fuzzy,
Those same giants stop to give you treats.
Rub your belly, play with your feet.
Give you long walks beside the street.
Let you chew on a sock or a glove.
The world is a very simple place to you,
Fed twice a day, let outside to pee.
Your small brain has small thoughts.
Unlike your masters and their big ideas.