Friday, August 24, 2012

19 Cats Being Jerks

Thursday, August 23, 2012
Cats are ruthlessly independent, incredibly nonchalant and basically don't give a f#@% about anything. Somehow we still love them, but there's no denying it: they're jerks!

When they aren't playing with iPads or getting stuck in things, most of the time our feline companions are being jerks to humans. They knock over our stuff, try to kill us when we least expect it and even fight with children. Seriously: what other animal would actually punch a baby?
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