Here you will find the Poem Cat-Pie of poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
WHILE he is mark'd by vision clear Who fathoms Nature's treasures, The man may follow, void of fear, Who her proportions measures. Though for one mortal, it is true, These trades may both be fitted, Yet, that the things themselves are two Must always be admitted. Once on a time there lived a cook Whose skill was past disputing, Who in his head a fancy took To try his luck at shooting. So, gun in hand, he sought a spot Where stores of game were breeding, And there ere long a cat he shot That on young birds was feeding. This cat he fancied was a hare, Forming a judgment hasty, So served it up for people's fare, Well-spiced and in a pasty. Yet many a guest with wrath was fill'd (All who had noses tender): The cat that's by the sportsman kill'd No cook a hare can render.