Blazing Cat Fur
Don’t take chances with big kitties. They are killing machines.
They’re big cuddly kitty cats who want to be friends! And they can open doors. Like velociraptors.
“I didn’t know they could do that!”
How disappointed would she have been to learn that the Lion didn’t come into the car to take selfies with her.
Unlocked car doors are like Pez dispensers in a Lion’s world.
Our cat door is locked so that the cats can come in but not go out. Except that Raj, pictured, with his alter ego somehow imprinted on the rug, worked out how to go out as well.
Do you worry about raccoons coming in?
Or, um, koalas?
Possums come in to eat the cat biscuits, sometime with little babies on their backs. But the cats know not to mess with a full grown possum, especially not one with baby on board.
I want a possum!
(BTW, I have that blanket. I’m pretty sure it’s exactly that blanket. It was given to me in Australia.)
Daryl can get you one.
I can get you one, but I’d suggest a baby groundhog – they can be trained just like a dog and are much friendlier. Possums are just giant rats with a mouth full of razor blades.
I hope they had some towels on board to wipe the seats!
I’ve heard of people being pulled out of cars by a lion through a partially opened window. They just need to get their claws sunk in and its good night.
My dad was once directing a movie in a safari park when a lion came right up beside him and took a huge bite out of the sign that said”Trespassers will be eaten”. The park let him bring the sign home as a souvenir. It spent our teenage on the wall in my sisters bedroom.
Good kitty, have some tourists.
That would scare the crap out of me. And I might yell something unmentionable.
That would have put a spot in my pants.
I support the lion on this one. What beautiful beasts they are!!!
Remember this folk if any of you decide to go to the African Lion Safari near Cambridge.