Cat of the day


#1002

Maybe one with a swingy fuzzy trigger.


#1003

That may work, but it better come with a set of bulletproof vests for the whole family.


#1004

Sure, you could mount the guns facing every entrance where an intruder could come in and train the cats to playfully trigger them at appropriate moments.


#1005

Have you tried training cats? They’ll probably just hide under the couch.


#1006

True. Well, never hurts to have a backup line of defense.


#1007

Boxed in - unless get catnip into the mix… :thinking:


#1008

Are you saying a vest for every family member offers better protection than a gun for every family member? :ponder:


#1009

Yes. Have you tried shooting a cat? And the vests can also protect against scratching.


#1010

Well spotted yyy. Guns for the family to shoot the cats if they get too “playful”


#1011

You crazy gun advocates are getting out of control…


#1012

I don’t see how shooting a cat in the same room as you could be that much harder than shooting a human who’s 32 floors above you, but I admit I haven’t found a peer reviewed double blind study to settle the question. :idunno:

And the vests can also protect against scratching.

We’re talking full body suits?


#1013

Kind of like those suits the police wear when they’re training dogs to attack perps…that should do the trick.


#1014

Returning to the theme of cat of the day:

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#1015

#1016

Who said cats can’t be trained.


#1017

Since millennial hamsters are all the rage in a certain other thread right now, let’s have one more cat from the gun safety book…


#1018

Hey @politbureau and other blockchain fanatics! You know what we really need?

A cryptocat of the day thread! :smile:


#1019

got mine jumping through hoops


#1020

#1021

Sweet. Cat in the foreground is thinking, what the eff is with Milktea!