Unworthy Cats Stealing Dog Beds Is Ultimate Hierarchy Goals
Cats have no place in the domestic world. There, I said it.
If you're a cat person, you might as well stop reading right now. Here's a feline friendly story from 2015. I'm not going to hold back. Oh yes, this will be cat bashing of the highest order.
Let's lay this out: Not only do they bring nothing to the table and cost $1,000 a year to keep, most of them have a completely unworthy sense of self-importance.
They don't know their place. It makes them dangerously smug. Also, look me in the eye and tell me every cat owner you know isn't boring and slightly weird. You'd be lying to yourself.
Here's indefinite proof cats are terrible people: A string of photos showing them trying to outrank dogs by stealing their beds.
Like this one who chooses to ignore his friend's blatant suffering:
Or this piece of work who forgets its place in the animal kingdom:
And the feline who deals with its problems by looking the other way (I hear he's got a stack of unpaid electric bills):
How about this self-proclaimed queen of pancake pillows:
The side-eye says more than words ever could:
How about this selfish ball of fluff who's finally pushed his pal over the edge:
That celebration is just unsportsmanly:
Nope, nope, nope:
No one wants to address the elephant in this room:
Praise to the pooch who's not going to sit back and let this animal uprising happen without a fight:
Outrageous. They just have no right, you know? I implore every dog reading this to stop sniffing each other's asses and do something about this epidemic.
First they come for your bed, but what's next? Your GF? Your job?
Cats: the worst.