Here at the Institute for Driving Cats More Insane Than They Already Are, our scientists are creating new methods to send your feline friend ’round the bend.
To see Rule #46 in action, use some circular logic, and you’ll agree that whenever two animals curl up head to tail, it’s a cute sight to see Rule #46 in action, use some circular logic, and you’ll agree that whenever two animals curl up head to tail, it’s a cute sight to see Rule #46 in action, use some circular logic, and you’ll agree that whenever two animals curl up head to tail, it’s a cute sight to see…
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Chaz knew it was a gamble, but he decided it was time for the team to go big or go home. And, as it turns out, spraying each other in a 40-60 mixture of coconut oil and glitter is not only moisturizing but it also leaves a lovely iridescent sheen in their wakes.
They could also work on the synchronization, Peter G.
You mean to tell me that you’re not going to punish that peeg who dropped the water balloon on me? Unacceptable!
Someone’s wearing some wet cranky pants, Josh N.
Interesting. I always pictured him sounding like Vincent Price. Go figure.
Thanks, DaChickenLady! See more Maru here, as if you don’t know already.
“Watch it, Mildred! If you’re not careful you’ll step in one of them bunny puddles and end up with disapproval all over your shoe!”
Radiating disapproval, Kristin H.
In the heady days of Prohibition, booze ruled the speakeasies — and violence ruled the streets. No self-respecting mob lieutenant would dare travel without his trusty “tommy cat,” hidden discreetly inside a violin case to fool the police.
Actually Chloe G. says it’s a guitar case — and we agree, Cleo there is a fat little girl!
I don’t care who you just killed with a wrench in the Billiard Room, Mrs. White, because I just walked in on Professor Plum and Miss Scarlet in the *ahem* Lounge, and quite frankly I’m gonna need to borrow that wrench to gouge my eyes out.
A play-action pass? Hah! A quarterback sneak? Feh! A Jedi craves not these things. Only the long bomb into the end zone must you use. Save you, it can!
Says Sally K.: “I was recently camping in Alaska, and my friend Katie brought along her adorable pug named Bosley. Pug in a sweatshirt to stay warm or secret Yoda camouflaging technique? You decide.”