Friday, June 05, 2009

Cat Blog Friday

For this Cat Blog Friday...

... a sniper cat who's gunning for the sadistic cat killer in south Florida.
Make it a head shot kitty.

Er, don't mind the snow :-)

Happy Friday, everybody!


Ananda girl said...

Go kitty! Make that shot count... no mercy.

cube said...

I hear ya. No mercy. I want that sucker out of circulation & I'm not devoting a whole lot of care about his feelings in the matter.

Ananda girl said...

Yes... and no room for errors that get the creep released!

cube said...

Ananda girl: Do you get the feeling that we might have been separated at birth?

No wait, you're a Red Sox fan. Forget it.


Always On Watch said...

A cat killer?

When I was growing up, one of our neighbors' children used to be a serial cat killer. He was into mutilation, too. A twisted individual, to say the least.

cube said...

Always On Watch: That's very creepy. Animal mutilation is a strong early indicator of serial killers.

Did you ever find out how his life turned out when he grew up?

Ananda girl said...

LOL!!! But at least we both like baseball. Big grin.

Anonymous said...


I love the kitties as you know. I'd be too happy to teach mine the fine points of BRASR: Breathe, Release, Aim, Squeeze, Reoload.

These aren't the feral cats who's fate we've disputed before. These are pets and psycothic a__holes targeting them. Very bad things should happen to these people.

There is no hope for the feral cats however and the other critters will thank us for eliminating them before the efficient felines wipe them out.

Go Bosox!


Brooke said...

There's snow out because the kitty is THAT good. ;)

Anonymous said...


I think that cat has his optic mounted wrong. Looks like he's looking into the objective lens. Maybe he's trying to make it fair: Cats are said to have more than fair eyesight!

Get some, fluffy...


cube said...

Ananda Girl: That's a good way to spin our vicious rivalry ;-)

QQ: You are welcome to teach my cats the BRASR technique.

As far as feral cats go, I'm not convinced that they should all be euthanized. I think you remember that we adopted 2 feral kittens and, although one ran away, her sister has become a very sweet addition to our family.

Perhaps a program of sterilization and release would be best for those who are too old to be domesticated.

Brooke: lol!

cube said...

QQ: Good eye. Thanks for the insight from a sniper's point of view.

Cats do have great eyesight, but shooting is difficult when you don't have fingers or opposable thumbs. I think this cat is an anomaly.