Description: This will probably come across as quite sinister at parts which is what I done purposely of course, however, I see this little honeycombe beagle alot around where I live and i've been taken aback by how cute he is so I just had to write about him. I love animals especially dogs and this little critterbug just happened to strike my cutie radar :D
Honeycombe Dog -------------------------------------------
I see him most days
With that delightful little colour of his
You're so coy I could just put you right inside a hot dog bap and eat you all up
It's as simple as that
Often I feel the urge
To squeeze the little dog
But not until his eyes pop out
Because he's Honeycombe
The body of a sausage
And the head of we Jack
And you have the Honeycombe Beagle
This is a simple poem, and might even be referred to as shallow, but I'll stick to calling it light-hearted. I may not share this passion for animals, but that may be because I see them in terms of awe and not cute-ness, as you say. Since you haven't specified a commentary type, I'll give you some nitpicks.
Line three, "You're". Line five, "It's". Line eleven, "wee". As for the last line, I'm not sure whether the grammatical error, "eats" is intentionally part of the slang language, or just a typo, so I'll bring your attention to that either way.
I'm sorry if this comment was harsh, but I am positive you can improve it if you wanted to, by adding some more emotion. Although, then again, you may want it as a simple, light-hearted piece, which is what it definetly is.