Photo courtesy of James Ostrander.
Tote bag found in Nagasaki, Japan.
But I fart in your general direction
So what do we do with all these cats
Bunch of fate cats.
I leave the upright sitting position and tilt to the left, to wind.
What’s the purroblem?
I got 99 troubles, but a pussy ain’t one.
For cats, the problem isn’t the wind. It’s the spray.
Trouble isn’t always a cat-astrophe.
Six farting cats, sitting on a wall. etc.
These are generic cats.
The real ones supplied, may vary in detail
That was the lady in Goldfinger.
C–t in Abudance. Or was it Pussy Galore?
The two characters on the side mean “Steel Man”.
Superman? I guess his position is always in the wind.
Maybe that’s the secret of his ability to fly.
Super strong break-wind!
Piss off those kitties and they’ll start caterwauling!
These are the cats, that Colonel Sanders rejected.
Snide reference to the John West commercial.
A litter trouble each.
Trouble? Don’t hide your felines, talk to your paw.
@Pete, 5:45 AM: Your comment is hiss-terical!
Chris @7:05 am:
I almost wrote “Puss off those kitties…”
Cause a “u” instead of an “i” would be an easy typo!
You don’t tug on Superman’s cape
You don’t leave the position to wind
You also don’t rub a cat’s abdomen. They’ll become agitated and attack your hand.
@Marum 5:00 am
I like how they all have that “wasn’t me” look on their faces.
@Marum | 5:35 am: Also in defeet and defur.
Not all cats. I grew up with a cat like that, but the ones we have now don’t react that way.
@Long Tom | 3:06 pm: Not all cats. I grew up with a cat like that, but the ones we have now don’t react that way.
What’s invisible and smells like tuna?
@DNT 0527 Our Burmese used to convulsively kick with both back feet simultaneously, when we rubbed his tummy. We’d notice him getting a strange look in his eyes, anD we would all yell. “Don’t kick! DONT’KICK!!.”
But it would get too much for him eventually and he would lash out. I believe it is normal behaviour for cats. That is how Leopards kill large animals such as Baboons. They grab them with their front claws, and lash out with their back ones, eventually disembowelling the Baboon.