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October 22, 2009


First we had the freezer cat, and now this.

(Thanks to nursecindy)


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Driver to mechanic: "Yeah, it's making this strange purring sound, and leaving hairballs all over my driveway"

Feh. Try that with one of those Smartass cars. Cat wouldn't fit in the cab. SUVs are safer for kittys, too.

Okay,what do we name the cat? Durango? Hummer?

You may need to replace the air filter more frequently.

Here is a picture of the 'miracle cat'.

"Art"? "Tar" maybe

It's good that the SUV was a hybrid. They're supposed to be kind to animals and the environment.

No, no, no. It's supposed to be a tiger and it's supposed to be in the gas tank.

*upgrades Lairbo's geezer bus pass.*

"But he's mean. He has been growling."

That's feline for, "Wadda ya lookin' at?"

Toonces' cousin was trying to hotwire a car. Bad kitty!

Mmmm, that burned kitty smell....

Those darn cats!

Grease Covered Kitty used to open for Lita Ford.

I would like to point out that if you don't put the cats in an airtight bag prior to freezing, you will end up with freezer burn (and fur over everything else).

Way back in the late 50s, my two great uncles owned a service station in Lynchburg, VA. They rescued a puppy from one of those big old 1950's cars. The car belonged to a salesman who had been out on a bunch of farms in the country, and despite the local publicity (a picture and a story in the local paper), no one ever claimed him. He lived at the station for the rest of his life. His name: Tailpipe. A great little hound!

This is way more economical than horsepower.

"Whatcha got under the hood, there?"

"350 V8. How about you?"

"Orange tabby."

*snork* @ Hammie;)

It's like that Al Pacino line in Scent of a Woman when talking to the police officer about the Ferrari, "But don't she purr, officer."

With regards to the "Freezer Cat"...


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