No Stinky Catz Aloud!!!!!1!

"… because dis is our privite super-secret Fortress of Awesum Puppys Club, an’ its just for us awesum puppys, an’ you cant come in becuz your not a puppy, your a CAAAA-a-a-a-a-a-at!"

"Yeah, your a stinky CAAAA-a-a-a-a-a-at!  So go an’ get you’re own stinky cat fortress, ya big stinky doo-doo head!"

'Masterful jape, Mr. Benton.' 'Rabelaisian, Mr. Steed.'

It’s just a phase, Loreen T.



  1. Get Rid Of Slimy kittenS?

  2. EMILY ANNE says:

    Horray! [***** *******]! VERY CUTE! I wanna join!

    [ – Ed.]

  3. Golden or NTKTOK says:

    Holy crap! What kind of puppers are those??

  4. LOL! Sometimes the captions make the photos that much better….cracks me up.

  5. zeldapie says:

    I didn’t wanna join your stupid club anyway, you stupids. Big stupid-heads. Nanner nanner boo boo!

    *goes off to cry in private

  6. Yeah, all fun and games in the fort, then someone pushes someone else, and somebody nomms someone’s tail and all teh-heck breaks out. Before you know it the fort is a crumpled mess with various body parts sticking out here and there.

    Meanwhile, kitteh is pointing and laughing.

  7. ThreeCatNight says:

    NTMTOM, I am so getting the “Little Rascals” theme music tinkling in my head now. And am envisioning that cat as Butch, plotting his revenge on the pups! 🙂

  8. Karen in Toronto says:

    Yeah, well, I wouldn’t want to join a club that would have me as a member.

  9. Dose are some cute pupperheads!

  10. Um, what’s up with all the misuse of you, you’re, and your?
    Sorry, it’s a major grammar nazi pet peeve of mine…

  11. firefinch says:

    Skunk puppies!

  12. chanpon says:

    @Golden or NTKTOK – redonkulously cute puppies, that’s what they are.

    Pweaase, widdle puppers…pwease wet me join your cwub.

  13. aah the grammar! “your” belongs with ” your own stinky cat fortress” while “you’re” belongs with all of the references to the “stinky cat”.

    you’re killllllllllllling me! 🙂

  14. Jackie – AWESOME reference! BRAVO!

  15. metsakins says:

    Oh yeah…Well mom said I could have a sleepover and she was gonna get us pizza and everythin’ and you can’t come!

  16. It’s all fun and games ’till someone gets hurt…then it’s hilarious. 🙂

  17. Erebella says:

    Kittehs also don’t know the super secret password, paw shake, and the special decoder ring. All clubs of awesomeness have those! Stupid kitteh. What’s wrong with your ears, anyway? Did your floppyer break?

  18. AuntieMame says:

    Wow, people. If your/you’re is the only error you noticed, you’ve got some educational deficiencies.

    The point is that these are silly little pups who are more concerned with keeping out stinky cats than with being excruciatingly grammatical.

  19. d0minique says:

    Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries! Now, go away or I shall taunt you a second time!

  20. leeleemarie says:


    did someone forget their shift key?

    Silly dogs!!

    Paws and keyboards to not match!

  21. @Heather: The typos were on purpose; I was trying to imitate how these two kids might express themselves, but perhaps that was not one of my brighter ideas. Sorry!

  22. Somewhere the cats are (very carefully keeping their claws in) filling water balloons. There’s gonna be a war in the neighborhood…

  23. AuntieMame says:

    NTMTOM, it was a hilarious idea, and it did work. If anything, you perhaps a tidge *too* correct to make it entirely authentic–perhaps throw in a few *more* misspellings next time. 🙂

  24. AuntieM — it’s a fine line we walk, here. Wouldn’t want to get us mixed up with that other place, don’t you know. (teh lolz)

  25. Who didn’t love making homemade forts? I lived for homemade forts every summer! Wish mine had come with cute puppies.

  26. tracyFlick says:

    Wait till the cats show up behind them.

  27. Awww, sweet little puppy faces…

  28. The title of the blog does not lie. Sooo cute! I love these puppies. Or do I wuve them? Hard to say.

  29. AuntieMame says:

    I’ve always thought lolcats were well-ejumacated…thay just doan’t no hao tu spel.

    Anyway, “that other place” has lost its charm for me. The “nawt-sekond” baloney has gotten completely out of control. And lolcat used to have some kind of logic and structure, but it has devolved into random mishmash of whatever kind of spelling error happens to come out when you wiggle your fingers over the keys.

  30. Anne Boleyn says:

    I don’t think the spelling and grammar police have jurisdiction in this Club. But if they do, leeleemarie, it’s “did someone forget his or her shift key”, not “their shift key”.

  31. Theresa says:
  32. Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    What are they feeding you?
    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat
    It’s not your fault

    They won’t take you to the vet
    You’re obviously not their favorite pet
    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    It’s not your fault

    You may not be a bed of roses
    You’re not friend to those with noses
    I’ll miss you before we’re done
    Or the world will smell as one

    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    What are they feeding you?
    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat
    It’s not your fault

    (Phoebe) Oh are we done?

    One, two, what’s that smell?

    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    What are they feeding you?
    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat
    You’re getting fat

    I think that I’m gonna be sick
    It’s your ears, and nose and pick
    Part of it, tempt me

    One, two, what’s that smell?

    All the dogs in the neighborhood
    Are saying this for your own good
    What, you’re fat, so you can’t run
    No fun, I bet, No fun

    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    Porno makes you eat like that
    I saw you in the shopping mall

    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    It’s not your fault,
    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    It’s not your fault
    Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat,
    It’s not your fault

    We know what was in your food
    They say it might affect your mood

    You smell like something dead (3x)

    One, two, what’s that smell?

    (Phoebe)Yeah, that’s not the song

    [Ha, this is The Pretenders’ version, I actually have it in my iTunes… – Ed.]

  33. Mary (the first) says:

    LOL! the comments re: grammar and spelling are almost as funny as the cap-shon… but not QUITE. (Yes, I spelled “caption” incorrectly on purpose.)
    As for the pups, they are adorable and apparently do not allow forks into the club either, along with stinky cats.


  35. Anne Boleyn, you’ve lost your . . . nah.

    Singular with gender- neutral plural is PURRfect now, so ‘someone forget their’ is spot on. There was a Diet of Grammar Worms on this to get rid of the forward-slash ‘his/hers’ which is oh, so fatiguing the beleventh time he/she/one has read it in his/her/one’s first paragraph.

    Oh, the things you can learn on Mulberry Street!

    And *I* choose to believe the cat is INSIDE the fort and taking the pic, and the puppies are standing on other puppies trying to crash. Po TA to, to MAH to.

  36. SixFootJen says:

    The commentary is Rabelaisian indeed. These pups sport a wit that rivals Wilde. Hear, hear, Not That Mike The Other Mike; I eagerly await further ripostes from Messieurs Benton and Steed.

  37. the other Brenda says:

    I kinda thought that the misuse of your/you’re was on purpose.
    [Um, yes. – Ed.]

    I am still glad that there are people out there who make that distinction. I know “educated” people who make that mistake all the time and it drives me crazy. Guess I’m just a cat person.

    Anyway, loved the post.

  38. My pet peeve is when people use “less” when they should use “fewer.” 😉

  39. k. o'dee says:

    I’ve already decided that when the cats stage a coup (’cause you know they’ll try – just look at those shifty vertical pupils) I’m going to join the puppeh rebellion. I probably won’t last long, but I’ll get lots of kisses!

  40. Ross1219 says:

    You landed upside-down again, Mr. Steed.

  41. They look like Bobby, Peter and Gregg when they built a “boys only” clubhouse.

  42. Quankle says:

    Cats suck.

  43. Anne Boleyn says:

    dub1, you can think it’s OK if you want to, but the only reason it’s been accepted is the grammar feminists who couldn’t live with the use of “he” as neutral, not only male. I’m a feminist, but I’m also a purist when it comes to “fixing” grammar that was not broken. It’s just caving in order to appease. You win, of course, but I’ll keep writing the old fashioned (correct) way.
    How much do we love them puppehs tho’!

  44. …um, hey puppehs, are sheepies allowed in your club?

    :waits on pins and needles:

  45. NTMTOM — very archie and mehitabel of you to try to employ the typography.

    And the rollover totally makes it work, as always.

  46. Hon Glad says:

    Message from the SOPHISTICATS KLUB

    “If you think, for one moment, that we have, the slightest desire to join your crummy little club. Then your seriously deluded sweetheart”

  47. WHEEEEE!!! Can I join? I am not a cat! 😛

  48. bookmonstercats says:

    Got the ungrammatical joke right away, NTMTOM. V much in keeping. Desperately trying to remember a well respected book I tried to read once that was written partially in vernacular and had to give up (damn these senior moments).

  49. “Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries! Now, go away or I shall taunt you a second time!”

    My thoughts exactly!

  50. No post is complete without a Monty Python reference!

  51. @Bookmonstercats:
    Perhaps something like this?
    “YOU don’t know about me without you have read a book by the name of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; but that ain’t no matter.”

  52. bookmonstercats says:

    I think it could have been, Theresa, thanks. Also had a bit of a prob initially with Vernon God Little, at the beginning, but perservered and it paid off. Might go back to Tom Sawyer now.

  53. havanese mom says:

    Thoz puppers gotta be Havs. The puppers are Havs. The stinky cats are Hav-nots.

  54. Completely off-topic here, but is anyone else wondering when That Mike is going to show up?

  55. Cashew — he won’t.
    Upon that you may depend.

  56. Mary (the first) says:

    LOL. Anne Boleyn I’m with you… a purist. Also with Theresa (less vs. fewer) and I am constantly talking back to the TV when people say something like “They gave it to my wife and I.” which is as bad as “Me and Tom went to the store”. AUGH.

  57. I’d go into a few of my own pet peeves, but if you don’t know me by now…

  58. Those are Shih-Tzu puppies.

  59. Anne Boleyn, the use of “their” predates the use “his” as neutral.It seems like your not so much a purist as wanting to stick to what you learned when growing up.
    Language changes….. off with her head!

  60. Thanx, kimski.
    Yeppers, ‘their’ as gender neutral plural as in Shakespeare and Austen;
    shakes head, and ‘feminist’ in this century is pronounced ‘HYOO-man-ist’
    Now, (takes off schoolma’rm glasses), speaking of hyoomans, Pa-sickies all around!

  61. bookmon: re: vernacular: was it ‘The Young Visiters’ [*sic*], by Daisy Ashford?

    For anyone who likes BritWit [c’mon, Pythons!]

  62. @Not That Mike The Other Mike – No worries! I thought that might have been it, but I wasn’t sure, cause I figured if you were trying to copy the childish vernacular you might have added more typos. And more stuff like “!!!!1!!One!!” and crap like that. 🙂 Anyway, yeah, next time just go all out crazy and it’ll be super obvious. 🙂