Cats vs. Zombies

This is just weird. But the black one with the white throat and the machine gun reminded me uncomfortably of our cat.

I’m locking up all the assault rifles in the house, just in case she gets ideas.


  1. peterh says

    With apologies to Faux Nooz, there’s no such thing as an assault rifle. Assault is a form of behavior which may employ any or none of a wide range of potential weapons.

  2. slithey tove (twas brillig (stevem)) says

    roleplaying “that guy”:
    so, peterh@5, you effectively sayin, red lollipops don’t exist cuz red can be applied to any object. ?
    sorry, I get the *wink* from the Faux Nooz referral. Just adding on the obvious reply to the Nooz from Faux.

  3. gijoel says

    For some weird reason I remember the dog in I am legend. (the novel, not the movie). I remember Neville talking about vampire dogs that had been infected. Really tore me up when he finally got the thing into his house.

  4. blf says

    Remind me again, which ones are the cats and which ones are the zombies?
    I have a hard time keeping straight all these predators which are supposed to be locked up!

  5. A momentary lapse... says

    I would have assumed that, what with the whole Toxoplasma gondii thing, the cats would have been responsible for the zombie epidemic in the first place.

  6. birgerjohansson says

    Cats do not use recoilless stuff like Panzerfaust III or late-version Carl Gustafs because their limbs are too short to hold them. They need to call in longer-limbed (honey badger?) mercenaries. The mayhem would be awsome!