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Jun 13 2008

Wackaloon Fucking Cat Foibles

OK. Here is today’s feline evolutionary psychology exercise.

Why the fuck do cats pay so much fucking attention to sweaty shoes? Like put their feet in them and prod the insole. Stick their fucking nose inside and sniff all around. Mash the back of their fucking heads in there. And then, for the piece de resistance: Plop their fat fucking ass on the shoe and incubate it like a fucking egg!

Why? Why do they do this? What wackaloon crazy shit is going through their minds!?!? Tell me!!!!!hb

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  1. 1
    bikemonkey

    “there’s somethin’ dead in here that I might want to eat later, better hide the fucker”

    but that’s just a guess.

  2. 2
    Dr. Jekyll & Mrs. Hyde

    Once I had a cat who caught a mouse, didn’t exactly know what to do with it, and dropped it into one of my grandfather’s giant boat shoes. Mouse scurried down to the toe, and much entertainment ensued (for the cat, and the human observers of the cat).

    I hypothesize that much the same way we see faces in the most unlikely formations (clouds, raisin toast), a cat looks at a shoe and sees a mouse hidey-hole. See also: cardboard boxes.

  3. 3
    Bustednuckles

    I must confess, at times I am cursed with Toxic Sock Syndrome and it fuckin amazes me they will stick their noses in my shoes and then sit there with their fucking jaw hanging slack like they just got Pole Axed.

    They also like to sniff my feet when I take my shoes off and relax before taking a shower.
    Then again, now that I think of it, they will sit and lick their fucking ass for half an hour and then want to jump up and rub their fucking jaw on my face.
    Sick little fuckers are probably trying to get even.

  4. 4
    distributorcap

    maybe they are just copying their owners?

  5. 5
    unbalanced reaction

    I have no idea. N.A.’s roommate has a cat that pees on shoes, but I think that that is a problem of another nature.

  6. 6
    a very public sociologist

    It’s a mystery to me too. Once my shoes are off my cat’s rolling all over them. And to think they’re supposed to be such clean creatures …

  7. 7
    Geeka

    My cat only likes to obsess over wet birkenstocks. He will guard them like they need to be protected. It’s ridiculous.

    They must have odd senses of smell, after all, they don’t seem to be bothered at what comes out of their asses.

  8. 8
    WereBear

    Our shoes smell like us.

    For them, it’s like inhaling the scent of a baby’s hair is for us.

    No accounting for tastes, I suppose, but shoes have hidey holes, maybe shoelaces, our scent, the scent of everything we walked through; just endlessly fascinating.

  9. 9
    Alicia Morgan

    I have a wackaloon cat who is compelled to ‘bury’ his food obsessively, who will drag any nearby object (paper, socks, shirts, underwear, anything handy) over his food and cover it.

    Then he cries because he can’t eat his food because he buried it.

  10. 10
    judith weingarten

    That, Alicia, is a wackaloon cat. I have one Siamese who endlessly ‘buries’ the tiled floor — scratch scratch scratch — around her food bowl, and when it’s knuckle deep in nothing, cries and then walks away. WTF?

  11. 11
    Lemur

    I has the answer. All shooz are apparently… awesome.
    http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=2751

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