Friday, June 27, 2008

Attack Cat


Craigslist ad of the day.

Ferocious attack kitten is available for adoption to any home willing to accept him.

This destructive kitty has been trained as a proud warrior and will fiercely defend your house, even against you.

Well-trained since 10-weeks of age to attack anything in his presence, he will protect your family from evil things, including the following:

* insects
* other trained attack kittens

* babies

* toilet paper

* anything under a blanket

* unwanted house guests

* paper bags

* floor rugs

* Chuck Norris

* feet


Great with children (assuming you don’t like the children). Probably best used for professional catfighting.


He is housebroken, but only because he wants to be.


This attack cat has trained himself to seek out his food anywhere you hide it and rip the bag open to feed himself, great for those who travel extensively. Also trained to drink water out of toilet bowls and dishwater from items in the sink.


Knows how to open some doors. He will find you wherever you hide.


Neutered (trust me, you wont want to him to procreate). Has not been declawed, but you'll figure that out really fast.


Understands and responds to a variety of vulgar and profane verbal commands. Has a very soft and furry belly, like a teddy bear - however he will bite your face if you try to touch it.


Willing to accept trades. Potential adopters must have experience with trained attack-kittens; please be prepared to show scars.


For the love of God, someone please take this thing out of my house.

3 comments:

Nancy M. said...

Sorry! Your cat does seem a little too extreme for me. This was a very funny post!

Lea of Farmhouse*Blessings said...

LOL!

Smiles,
Lea

JustMe said...

I've got one too! The worst cat I've ever know, impervious to the screaming I have resorted to on many occasions: he just keeps doing EXACTLY WHAT HE WANTS TO DO. Truly, I feel like he is shortening my life by giving me so much extra stress, but what to do? I can't put him out after rescuing him. I keep hoping he'll mature, but so far, not happening. He's about a year and half now.