Sunday, February 8, 2015

Four Things Cats Find RIDICULOUS

1) The first thing I (representing all cats) find ridiculous is not for those of more delicate sensibilities. It is something I consider a mystery. Why don’t humans have litter in their litter box rooms? I mean their litter boxes aren’t even boxes! They are round or oval things filled halfway with cold water—not that I’ve investigated that closely. Eww! I must admit the lever on the side, which conveniently cleans away anything in the box, is convenient. Still wondering why my humans haven’t put one on my litter box. However, Mom says it doesn’t work that way. Hmm . . .

2) The second thing I find ridiculous are dogs dressed in costumes. I mean would or could these dogs below hurt you? The one in the football player costume doesn’t look like he could tackle a very big bone or squeaky toy, let alone another football player!

And this pirate puppy, why he just looks sad.

3) Next, I have a complaint on behalf of the feline species: Why do you dress us up in weird costumes? I mean dogs are eager to please and are sometimes actually willing to relinquish their pride, because of their insecurities. But we cats would like a shred left of our dignity. Just a shred! Well, we would truthfully like more than that.

A cat dressed like Hello Kitty? Isn’t that a bit repetitive and just a bit much?

 This is supposed to be a Christmas cat costume. Looks more like a court jester! The joke is definitely on this cat!

And have you ever seen anything as miserable as a cat in a bumblebee costume? Ouch! That stings! (Pun intended.)

 4) And the fourth thing cats find ridiculous is being laughed at. Admit it, right now, you’re laughing at all of these pictures, aren’t you? Cats are sensitive, elegant creatures of a higher class. Just try to remember this in the future, all right? After all, have I ever looked sadder than in this picture below?



  1. I just came across an entire book of photos of cats wearing wigs. I won't comment on how humiliating some of the photos are, not will I admit to laughing. But I wonder which is worse, that some humans exploit their fine felines in this way, or that the felines cooperate. How many shrimp would Lilybits require before agreeing to pose like that?

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Lisa. Lilybits isn't talking re the shrimp, but
      says she'd consider it for a piece of bacon. Shh, you didn't hear that from me!

      Cats in wigs? Hmm . . .