A Mouse Named Klaus

There once was a mouse named Klaus
who lived in a teeny, tiny house.

Claudia was his spouse.
She wore a teeny, tiny blouse.

His best friend was a grouse,
which is a bit strange for a mouse.

But they didn’t allow that to louse
the best friendship ever between a grouse and a mouse.

Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi

This is one of a series of fun animal watercolor paintings and rhymes I am pursuing.
See the others:
A Rare Hare with Flare
A Duck Named Chuck
A Fawn at Dawn
Rooty the Rooster
A Precocious Pink Pigย ย 
Hal the Colorful Cow

#WorldWatercolorMonth

60 thoughts on “A Mouse Named Klaus

  1. Good Morning, Jodi! Benjamin and Gem are enjoying Klaus the mouse and his sweet rhyme. Benjamin said that his Mommy doesn’t like a mouse, but he does! I don’t like them as visitors in my house either, does anyone? However, you do make a mouse look cute – as long as he stays outdoors! Thank-you for this delightful series, so much fun. I appreciate the “see the others” list, makes the revisiting with Benjamin much easier to navigate!

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  2. Your art work is so unique, I love it. If I could paint like that I would do it on card fronts being that is what I do – make greeting cards.

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