Hello? We Don’t DO That In This House

[Lookit, Crawling Drool Monster. U haz ten seconds before I break out the Whuppin’ Stick on U. Pull on something else. Wait- go see the Dog on the couch. HE loves that!]

From the Catasters Tumblr.



  1. JenDeyan says:

    Poor kitten. It’s tail is like a teething ring to a hoomin baby. It will get slobbered.

  2. Kitten’s face is soo serious.

  3. Very witty Brinke. Love the perceptive commentary. Kitty is pretty cute too.

  4. I can feel the nuffin’ buildling. . .

    Both small children and small pets do need to be monitored though.

  5. Kitty’s face is “Oh, not you didn’t!”

  6. I hope that dear sweet kitty did not hurt that baby.

  7. U haz ten seconds before I break out the Whuppin’ Stick on U –While I understand that it’s intended to be funny and cute, it’s the very rare comment that rubs me the wrong way.

  8. Today, Little Johnny will learn an important lesson. ><

  9. Saffron says:

    Kittayn’s face is like mine at my kittehs when they are getting ready to chew on the curtains. “Do you REALLY want to do that?”

  10. Mingles' Mommy says:

    Kid, I am going to swat you so hard…. (my sister bit our cat’s tail when she was a baby. The cat never forgave her.)

  11. prinsas says:

    me thinks there will be kitty payback . . .

  12. Teresa, you need to be worried about the baby hurt’n the kitten. Babies are strong. If you break a cat’s tail, it often has to be amputated at the break point as the rest will die. People think animals always hurt the human babies…more often than not, it is the other way around. Many of our rescue groups will not adopt out small breeds to homes with small children/babies because they often break their legs and tails (etc).