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Cats Do Not Care About Your Stuff

Written by Lucas

It’s not a surprise nor a secret that I don’t like cats. I’ve mentioned it before, and I’ll mention it until my dying day; they are annoying, they are high pitched and loud, they are finicky, and they think that they own the world. I don’t know where their egos come from, but I’m surprised that their heads can even fit through their cat doors. Despite all of my efforts to convince the rest of the world that these “animals” are not the type of animals you want in your home, no one seems to care. But I will keep trying, and one day I will prevail. Here are a series of photos to prove that cats do not care about your stuff, and bringing them into your home will only result in destruction.

Your shoe is destroyed, it’s gone.
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Your papers are destroyed, they’re gone.
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Your shade is destroyed, it’s gone.
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Your toilet paper is destroyed, it’s gone.
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Your blinds are destroyed, they’re gone.
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Your sheet music is destroyed, it’s been sat on.
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Your notebook is destroyed, it’s been sat on.
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Your newspaper is destroyed, it’s been lounged on.
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Your razor is destroyed, it’s gone.
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Your pizza is destroyed, it’s been compromised.
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DON’T EAT THAT, CAT. SHE DOESN’T EVEN CARE!
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I don’t think I need to go into any further detail. I rest my case.

Lucas

About the author

Lucas

I'm a lean little pup from New York with a passion for shoes, napkins, and peanut butter. I like causing trouble, and I get away with it because, well look at me, I'm adorable. My humans are constantly screaming my name followed by "drop it" (this is when I know they want to see my best dance moves, so I chase my tail), or "be quiet" (they try to help me with my spying abilities as much as possible when I'm peeking out the window staring at our neighbors). I love making my humans chase me, and hanging out with all of my friends in the neighborhood. I am constantly checking my twitter while my humans are out at work, so say hi to me there!