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Are cats “purring Jews” bent on genociding the white race with their diabolical cuteness?

Our Globalist Overcats

By David Futrelle

It is with heavy heart I must report that they have figured it out:

It was a plan so beautiful in its simplicity:

  1. Flood the internet with pics of adorable kitties and thereby convince white women to adopt them as pets
  2. Suck the maternal instinct from white women thus genociding the white race
  3. ???
  4. Profit!

But alas, some of the world’s cleverer racists suspected that something was up from the start. They noticed that, as one writer for the “scientific racist” website Counter-Currents has pointed out, “feminist cat ladies … are surely one of the most anti-natal groups in America today,” fervent in their “opposition to motherhood.”

The Daily Stormer, meanwhile, has declared that

Feminism has been the most powerful tool in the white genocide agenda, to divert women from starting strong and healthy white families and people laugh at this but look around- we live in a world where a woman owning twenty cats is considered normal.

Meanwhile, on a site called The Burning Platform, an alt-right ideologue called Yojimbo has argued that feminism causes

Women [to] form bonds with pets that normally would be formed with men or their children, hence the meme of the cat lady.

And now tec63298, posting on Instagram, has clarified the role of the evil globalists in the cat-lady white genocide plot.

But I am happy to report that the goyim have not yet figured out who really is to blame for it all. As those of us in the inner circle have known from the start, it’s not the globalists using cats for their own nefarious purposes, but cats using globalists for their even more nefarious, if also adorable, purposes.

Alas, there’s one anon on 4chan’s /pol/ board who’s almost got it figured out:

Cats aiding white genocide Anonymous Is it possible cats are lowering the white birthrate? Because white women get to experience maternal love through the purring jew so they forgo babies. Cats are like the female equivalent of a sexbot.

Quick! Deploy the distraction gifs!

These little angels couldn’t be plotting anything evil, right?

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RosieLa
RosieLa
3 years ago

… these asshats are aware that many a Jewish woman appears quite white, right? I wonder what they make of the first lady-daughter.

Hambeast, disorderly she-tornado and breaker of windows
Hambeast, disorderly she-tornado and breaker of windows
3 years ago

Fran said

It’s difficult for me to enjoy myself in public anymore, now that I’m stuck playing this guessing game as to whether the people around me are Nazis in disguise or not.

I kinda feel like that now and I’m Mrs. Whitey Mc Whiteface. I live in a very WASPy and conservative area right now and I dislike it. It’s boring among other things.

I grew up in a neighborhood that was mainly Jewish and Hispanic. I knew what WASP meant before I knew what gay meant.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

@Aulma Frendzar Dèdd

This bitch is just another mindless follower that regurgitates the alt-right talking points and attacks people based on them.

Gendered slurs are not okay. I’m surprised I’m the first person to say this.

Katz
3 years ago

I want to assure the dudes who believe this that they are nowhere near in competition with pets. If all cats were to vanish from the face of the planet, it would do nothing to help the appeal of forming relationships with these guys. My white ovaries would still shrivel in rejection of their toxic ideologies and repulsive personalities.

I’d have to go through all the dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, birds, lizards, snakes, tarantulas, insects, slugs, and slime molds before these guys would seem like an acceptable option.

Robert Walker-Smith
Robert Walker-Smith
3 years ago

A young man who was good friends with my older son growing up recently converted to LDS (Mormons). By some remarkable coincidence, he has also realized that he opposes both abortion and pornography. I’ve managed to refrain from being uncivil with him on Facebook about it. He’s currently experiencing being a young Black man living in Utah, so he is probably getting lots of important life lessons.

Last Christmas, our son asked if we could have Christmas dinner at a Chinese restaurant. I pointed out that that was a custom associated with American Jews; he explained that he’d heard of it from his friend whose bar Mitzvah we’d attended and wanted to experience it for himself. I do like that he has absolutely no negative attitudes about Jews or Judaism.

The economic impact of child rearing is one of those disagreeable facts that most people know but refrain from talking about. It contradicts the cultural myth that children, home and family are at the heart of society. Occasionally I will hear about a program to assist low income families and realize just how impoverished a family would have to be to qualify, and how badly off you could be and *not* qualify.

mrex
mrex
3 years ago

@Axe

“Or, in the case of New England, they’ve been trained by more decent white people than them not to vote like racists (Boston has the most wonky collectively progressive to individually regressive ratio I’ve ever heard of)”

Lol, [citation needed]. White people don’t share a hive mind, and there’s actually kinda some class brawling threatening between whites right now.

I’ll give you that Boston is kinda racist shit; once upon a time I went to college in Greater Boston. But it’s blue leanings aren’t because all the white people hold each other to such high standards. If anything, being an 4chan-esque, entitled shithead gives you some Masshole cred.

Think Casey Affleck’s Dunkin Donuts commercial. Or just think of Casey Affleck.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FSvNhxKJJyU

Valentine
Valentine
3 years ago

a feisty Siamese Fighting Fish

I have two of this before and both times all other fish attack and kill them. My fish tank is not very successful ((((

Gussie Jives
Gussie Jives
3 years ago

Yeah, it’s not that wages haven’t kept pace with worker productivity to the point where couples and single parents in particular can’t afford their own homes, let alone afford to raise a child or children. No, it’s clearly the Rothschilds convincing womz that cats are the perfect substitute for little humans.

*sigh* It’s times like this I gotta remember that plenty of people are just stupid enough to believe this.

Gussie Jives
Gussie Jives
3 years ago

@mrex

It was actually in the news recently that the Boston Red Sox have the most racist fans in Major League Baseball after the Adam Jones incident: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/05/opinion/red-sox-racism-and-adam-jones.html

I didn’t know they were the very last team to integrate too, so it seems Boston at least has that rep. Say what you well about Toronto Blue Jays fans, but at least we just hurl beer cans at Baltimore baseball players. 😛

CleverForAGirl
CleverForAGirl
3 years ago

Come to sunny northern california! Sure there’s racism, after all, Berkeley is the white liberal/feminist mecca, but at least our neighborhoods are fairly integrated and we all talk to strangers! (How do you tell a cali transplant in nyc? They’ll be the ones talking to the homeless dude on the subway)

[rambly bit]
The east bay in cali is pretty cool for the most part, I just live in the somewhat shameful part that’s known as one of the last neighborhoods to integrate, but hey we got a new black family last week and I couldn’t be happier, we’ve already exchanged nods, which either means, “In this valley of whiteness I acknowledge your blackness” or “White people be crazy, yeah?”

[/happy sleep deprived rambly bit]

Full Metal Ox
Full Metal Ox
3 years ago

@ ChimericMInd:

The alt-right Mormon dipshit calls herself “Ayla”? That BETTER not be a Chrono Trigger reference. They already got their grubby hands on Warcraft (the “kek” nonsense), they do NOT get to profane one of the greatest RPGs of all time! Though of course, someone with a knuckle-dragger mentality would choose to name herself after the cavewoman…wait! No! No, Ayla was awesome just like all the player characters! We shall not yield anything to these bastards!

I suspect that she may be referencing the heroine of Jean M. Auel’s Earth’s Children novels, a blonde fair-skinned Cro-Magnon woman adopted by a Neanderthal tribe; the literary character may well have been the video game character’s namesake.

Sarity
Sarity
3 years ago

I’d have to go through all the dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, birds, lizards, snakes, tarantulas, insects, slugs, and slime molds before these guys would seem like an acceptable option.

I’d still have roaches, tapeworms, and facehuggers to go through before… Wait, I don’t see any getting to the point where these guys seem like an acceptable option.

mrex
mrex
3 years ago

@Gussie

“It was actually in the news recently that the Boston Red Sox have the most racist fans in Major League Baseball after the Adam Jones incident: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/05/opinion/red-sox-racism-and-adam-jones.html

Most racist fans? Guess there weren’t any “most racist team names” still up for grabs? 😐

Amnesia
Amnesia
3 years ago

Chinese food for Christmas dinner is Jewish?

Honestly, I just thought it was a lot of people hive-influenced by ‘A Christmas Story.’

Gussie Jives
Gussie Jives
3 years ago

@mrex I don’t know if it’s true or not. Kinda a hard thing to gauge, but that’s Boston’s rep. Again, I say this as a Blue Jays fan. We’ve made headlines for throwing heavy objects onto the field on multiple occasions, so I’m not saying my city’s a shining example of sportsmanship. We can be jerks up here in Canada too.

mrex
mrex
3 years ago

[Edit]

I’m not surprised that Jones was called the N-word in Boston. As I said, Boston is racist shit. But I also think it only really hit the news in the way it did because Boston is supposed to be filled with preachy, rich liberals that are oh so above racism, and people want to go “see, the liberals are worse”.

Otrame
Otrame
3 years ago

@Dormousing it

I’m sorry. A few years ago I had to put down Miss Alice, who was 21, because she jumped off of a bed and broke her hip in a quite spectacular fashion.

So I know how it feels to do that last duty for the grande dame of the family. My condolences.

__________

As for the numbnuts mentioned in the OP, I am white (just oh so very white) I have had cats my entire adult life–sometimes as many 5 at a time (during the early months of a litter) and yet I managed to have kids. In fact I have 5 grandchildren. I am sure however, that said set of numbnuts would not be pleased to know that every single one of those grandchildren are racially mixed.

KatieKitten420
KatieKitten420
3 years ago

@Axe
If you still have family members in NY you might be surprised if you ask them about the current integration of neighborhoods. My dad who is black almost got beaten to death taking my mom who is white to Little Italy for dinner when they were first dating in 1980. Now some black people live there, not a huge amount but some.

Harlem is at least 25% white now, the heights are still mostly Hispanic but again at least 20-30% other races. I live in the village which is just completely and utterly mixed. I couldn’t even start to give you percentages and ive lived here all my life. I see at least six different races of people on the 2 blocks from the train to my house almost everyday. If you chill in Union Square for a while you’ll see people from over a dozen different countries.

Manhattan is definitely the best for that but parts of Brooklyn and Queens are doing well with that too. Staten Island and the Bronx plus the deeper bits of Brooklyn and Queens not so much. But it’s definitely many times better then it was in the 80s though. I’ve heard so many horror stories about the eighties from my parents. I don’t remember cuz I wasn’t born until 84.

Also the colleges and universities tend to be very integrated, look at NYU, Hunter, City College, Columbia, etc. And that’s a lot of people’s first stop when they arrive in NYC. So most people here at least don’t have the absurd racism of people who live in all white bubbles.

Like I said if you look at the numbers for specifically NYC, Trump got almost none of the vote. I honestly don’t know one person who voted for him. I think Hillary got 92% of the vote which went up to close to 100 percent if you were looking at people of color. I think that says something good about NYC. Did you not like it here out of curiosity, cuz you sound like you didn’t. I truly do think it’s the greatest city in the world but that may because I’ve never been out of North America. I’ve even been to Canada and Mexico,(only a few days in each one)but on trains because I have severe plane phobia.

And on the police’s bloodthirstiness I saw how that cop beat my friend for having a tiny bag of drugs and being a black man. That cop enjoyed it, you could see it in his eyes and face. that is why I literally have a phobia of cops since that day. I get anxiety attacks around them. Some people say I’m being melodramatic but that’s just how I feel about them

sillybill
sillybill
3 years ago

@Amnesia,
re: Chinese food at Christmas,
It’s only because lots of Chinese restaraunts are open on Christmas and it’s easy to get something that’s Kosher.

@Alan,

There’s a great picture of Trump looking over Melania’s shoulder while voting.

ETA I tried but failed to embed pic, back to html school for me.

GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
3 years ago

The Boston Red Sox were the last team in baseball to have a black player because the owner in the 50s and 60s was a guy named Tom Yawkey who was an outspoken racist — his father had once owned the Detroit Tigers, I believe, and Yawkey was firmly convinced that baseball should be a white man’s game. On the other hand, Yawkey was very strong in his support of the Jimmy Fund, a charity that in collaboration with Dana-Farber raises money to treat children with cancer, so he wasn’t 100% evil.

Under pressure, in the 50s the Red Sox gave a tryout to several black players, and ended up signing a guy named Piper Davis for their minor league team. Davis was a good Negro League player but well past his prime and never came close to the majors. On of the players they auditioned but didn’t sign was Willie Mays, so in effect Yawkey’s racism deprived the Sox of having Ted Williams and Willie Mays in the same outfield.

On the other hand, the Boston Bruins had the first black player in the National Hockey League (Willie O’Ree) and the first black player in the National Basketball Association (Don Barksdale). The Celtics were the first NBA team to have a black superstar (Bill Russell), the first to start five black players in a game, and the first major pro team to have a black head coach (Russell again) with the exception of Fritz Pollard who was a head coach in the NFL for a short time in the early 20s. But everyone points to Yawkey’s Sox. They don’t mention Red Auerbach’s Celtics.

A lot of Boston’s reputation for racism was the product of one very loud and obnoxious person, School Committeewoman Louise Day Hicks, who led the anti-bussing (for desegregation) fight in the 60s. She became a national figure for a while. On the other hand, in the same time frame (1966), Massachusetts elected Ed Brooke, the very popular state attorney general, to the US Senate, making him the first African-American US Senator since Reconstruction and the first to be popularly elected. (Before 1920, US Senators were elected by state legislatures.)

I’m not arguing that there isn’t plenty of racism in Boston/Massachusetts (I’m old but not demented), just that it’s not outstandingly racist compared to other cities. Some jerk with (presumably) alcoholic assistance hurled a racial slur at Adam Jones. The next night Jones was given a standing ovation by the Boston fans when he came to bat, and the Boston pitcher took a bit of a walk around the infield so as not to cut it short. I’d defy anyone to find a group of 35,000 random Americans without a racist aynus. But some people seemed to argue that a slur by one fan outweighed what was basically an apology by 35,000, and I don’t get that.

Sometimes I think that some white people like to deal with racism by saying, “Look, I’m not like them” — and that misses the point, it seems to me. And it’s not saying the n-word (most racists know not to do that), it’s thinking the n-word that is the real problem, IMO. And I don’t buy the argument that Boston is somehow The Worst There Is.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@KK
Hate to say you’re wrong, but…
1)New York is still one of the most segregated cities in the country. Behind Detroit and Milwaukee, turns out
2)did the math on the census blocks that make up Harlem, and it’s actually a little less than 20% white. Close enough tho. But this does speak to a broader point. The black neighborhoods are integrating, the white ones aren’t nearly as well. Gentrification, ya know?
3)Clinton actually got 80% of the vote in the 5 boroughs to Trump’s 17

However…

Did you not like it here out of curiosity, cuz you sound like you didn’t. I truly do think it’s the greatest city in the world

You’re reading 3 levels deep when there’s really only 2. I love New York, it is the greatest city in the world, and I won’t listen to anyone who says otherwise. Or, the main 4 boroughs are the best place in the world, Staten Island can go fuck itself. I criticize, cos I want my home to be as wonderful in fact as it is in my mind 🙂

If you still have family members in NY you might be surprised if you ask them about the current integration of neighborhoods

I do, and I’ll ask em about it next week. We’re all going to Barbados for a family reunion. Now, I’d like to hear what they hafta say. Could be very interesting

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@Katie-senpai

@Fran, Axe
I’m a little surprised that both of you are suspicious of white people you see everyday, Don’t you both live in NYC?(Well I know Fran is in Long Island but I thought Long Island was very similar to NYC. Fran please correct me if I’m wrong.)

No, actually I’m glad you asked me this.

Long Island is a shitty, racist slice of Red America off the Hudson River, a study of Neofeudalist Capitalism run wild: on the far east end (the famous Hamptons, where you can find modern-day Castles made up of very large houses with walls and gates strong enough to keep out a Norman Conquest), and in the northwestern territories (such as Smithtown and Lake Grove), there are large enclaves of rich people, comprised mostly of rich White people.

The rich people live in big gated communities with big walls and gates also meant to keep the N-words like myself out.

In between these modern-day Medieval barons and baronesses, we, the muddy, dirty peasants, scrabble around to survive between the lethal killer cops who do things much like the NYPD, the rampant Italian Mafia presence (chances are if you’re working for an Italian guy or girl named Gina Napolitano or Sonny Vitelli, you’re part of a criminal enterprise. They have lots of pizza shops and spaghetti restaurants that don’t make any money or have customers, yet the owners are somehow driving Lamborghini Gallardos or Masaratis, they run most of the construction companies out here and strong-arm all the business contracts. There is so much fucking corruption and crime in the construction industry out here), the KKK presence (you can actually just see KKK fliers nailed to walls, people spraypaint Swastikas all over the place), and so on.

Interracial couples are really rare here. Now, I thought that was normal until I went to New York City and saw all the interracial couples there. That was part of how I began to learn about how Long Island was a racist shithole.

That, and all the loud, angry white men and women driving pickup trucks with “SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE”, “BLUE LIVES MATTER”, “KEEP HONKING – I’M RELOADING!” and “I SHOOT AND I VOTE” bumper stickers, who will call you an N-word while driving past you, as I and other PoC I know have experienced.

Republicans control Long Island in full. Conservative reactionary racist bullshit is a way of life here. The poor white people vote to give rich people more money and worsen their own quality of life every time, then they rage about n-words and s-words.

These things are probably why Axe said something to the effect of how his black ass wouldn’t be caught dead in Long Island, once, to me, and I don’t blame him. This is why I remarked that you must think here is “HERE BE DRAGONS” land – our KKK, Italian Mafiosos, and White Nationalists driving trucks with actual fucking nooses hanging off them.

ETA:

Seriously, if you need proof we’re living in post-capitalist neofeudalism, come to Long Island and I’ll show you these ridiculous Hamptons houses with walls like that of a 1100s castle. I am always struck by how big, thick, and high the walls are, and how much land the houses are on.

Lord of the manor indeed.

Also, you are right to be afraid of the police. They will fucking kill you. Every day you’re still alive and not killed by the police is a lucky shot on your part.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@Fran

Axe said something to the effect of how his black ass wouldn’t be caught dead in Long Island, once, to me

Staten Island, West Brooklyn, Long Island? Fuck it, I’d rather take my chances upstate…

JS
JS
3 years ago

Warning: possibly bad jokes, sarcasm not marked…

Comparative religion: To get from one religion to another, add or subtract belief in one or two prophets. Works from Jewish, to Christian, to Mormon, to Islam.

To get to socialism, you add Lenin, Trotsky, and/or Marx.

Keep adding more profits to get to capitalism.

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@Axe

It’s a wise decision on your part, I cannot find any fault with your choice at all.

Honestly surprised sometimes I am still alive and in one piece instead of being Sandra Blended by one of those “I SHOOT AND VOTE” fuckwits.

I look at my early teenage years and the shenanigans we would get up to, and, in retrospect, there were so many opportunities for a drunk white man or woman to blow my head off.

KatieKitten420
KatieKitten420
3 years ago

@Axe
Axe, I just judged from the 4 major hoods I chill in. Harlem(I’ll accept 20%, I was doing it by eye)Washington heights was 99% Spanish 30 years ago, same with Little Italy for Italians. Now other races live in both places. Not tons, but it’s definitely noticeable. They put my dad in the hospital for being with my mom in 1980, but they’re polite and some are even kind when my white boyfriend and I go for dinner there. The village, which was a total melting pot of races til like my college days, but now it’s twice as white as it was 20 years ago, all because of gentrification.

I definitely agree gentrification is totally fucking awful and literally ruining NYC. I feel it is slowly getting killed. I still love it and couldn’t live anywhere else, but they’ve closed down at least 50% of everyplace I used to go.( 90% if you only count bars and clubs) I sobbed for days when they closed CBGB’s, literally not figuratively.

You seem to know more than me so I’m going to read that link you posted. But judging by my eyes and not just counting people who live in the specific neighborhood, I’m talking about how many different races you see while walking through it. Yes there are a bunch of neighborhoods that are 90% white or 90% black or 90% Asian but tons of people who aren’t go to work there and visit and more.

My point was if you walk around Manhattan and some other parts of NYC in a lot of neighborhoods, you’re going to see multiple races of people, it’s unavoidable. And unlike places like Utah when you encounter and talk to and see people of different races constantly, you can’t help but realize they are people unless you’re truly an awful person or horribly brainwashed and indoctrinated by your family, your church, or others. At least that’s what I think.

I’m definitely aware there are outliers but blatant direct racism seemed to be pretty rare(excluding the NYPD)here until Trump won the election. I’ve been called an N word over a dozen times now in my life. 9 of those have happened since the election. The other four or five happened in the 32 years before. NYC seems to have reached a progressive peak in the late 90s-mid 00s and now it is regressing. But that’s just my opinion.

PS: Fran I have an answer and a query for you also, but I literally just got home so I’m going to take off this tight-ass dress, my 5 inch stilettos and my makeup and get comfortable. I went to a birthday party and I’m kinda vain, as you can probably tell. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for eight and a half years but we’re polyamorous so I don’t want to come across someone awesome and look busted😘
It’s partially about what you said earlier and partially about the one thing we don’t have in common, computers and technology. I need some help please. You guys probably won’t see this till you wake up anyway, it’s 3:47 here.
Both of y’all and anyone else who reads this have a lovely night and a wonderful tomorrow. Luv Katie

ischemgeek
ischemgeek
3 years ago

@Katie,

NYC is definitely multicultural and a great city – been there a few times for work and loved it.

One thing I have noticed is that when I (feminine-read white person) go travelling with my company’s business associates in NYC – if I’m traveling with one guy in particular, cops always “check in” with me. Or they’ll see him driving the rental car and pull us over for literally no discernible reason beyond the fact that he in particular is driving a nice car. Or if we go to a cafe for coffee, the counter workers will look straight past him and try to take my order first even if he was first in line. Or if we’re going into a building, he will be selected to “randomly” have his bag searched. Or in a restaurant they make a point to ask how he’ll pay before they take orders. Or I could go on. Difference? He’s black.

There’s not a whole lot of explicit racism like the kind common in my home city, but there’s a lot of implicit stuff that’s only obvious to me because I see the stark difference in how I’m treated vs how he’s treated. And all but one of my trips was before the election – and there was no real difference between my post-election trip and the trips before that.

Funny thing is he’s actually way more important to his company than I am to mine. Like, he’s an international executive with his company – and I’m junior management. So if there’s anyone they should be fawning over, it’s him, cuz he’s got the money and he’s important.

Not to say that NYC is like the Deep South where in some cities you will pretty much never see a PoC in visible authority or a white person working the counter at a fast food joint, cuz it’s not. But racism is there.

Aulma Frendzar Dèdd
Aulma Frendzar Dèdd
3 years ago

@Policy of Madness whoops, sorry. I figured it was unnecessary but forgot to remove it in time.

KatieKitten420
KatieKitten420
3 years ago

@ischemgeek
I would never try to claim there’s no racism in New York City I even mentioned that I’ve even experienced direct racism. The things you are talking about are definitely there it’s a constant in American society. It’s better in NYC then some places but black people are casually treated like second-class citizens, everywhere I’ve been in America at least.

My point was that in my experience the majority of people(but definitely not all of them) who come here from all white bubbles where they’ve never truly interacted any other races seem pretty quick to accept that people are people no matter what race they are.

The neighborhoods maybe kinda segregated, especially in Staten Island and the Bronx, plus a few spots in the other three boroughs that have been ridiculously gentrified so you can’t live there anymore if you’re not rich unless you have rent control or some other loophole.

But in their classes at college, and on the subway, in the movie theaters and clubs and concert halls, you can’t help but interact with other races unless you were truly truly determined to be a straight-up racist. Some kids who were raised that way when they get to college in NYC do change their minds. I’ve seen it happen many times.

TL-DR : I definitely think NYC has its flaws there’s definitely casual racism that doesn’t seem to have gotten that much worse but I’ve definitely experienced more direct racism like slurs and being verbally attacked because I was black or cuz I was specifically a black woman in the last 6 months. So have most of the people of color I know.

But as a whole I definitely think NYC is a great cause for good. I think coming here changes a lot of people and makes them grow more than if they had stayed in their one little home town or city their whole life. I honestly think NYC creates liberals and progressives out of rebellious red-state teenagers who come to college here and end up experiencing people and things and concepts they’ve never heard. But that’s my opinion and opinions are like assholes everybody has one. I’m a day-sleeper so I’m going to bed. Good night/morning Fran, Axe and everybody else. Thanks for your responses and I hope you all have a lovely day

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

My own purring Jew caught and brutalized a mouse and brought it into my bedroom at 2 in the morning. AGAIN. We just had an exterminator come in and get rid of the mouse nest on my grandmother’s side of the house this winter and we’ve already got more finding their way in? Between the two sides of the house we have three cats and two dogs. Why are they so drawn to our basements? We were talking about toxoplasmosis earlier in the thread. I’ve got to wonder if the mice in my neighborhood have it. My childhood house had a bunch of mice when we moved in but after we got cats, we never had much of a problem again.

At least this time I managed to trap it and put outside. Hopefully it was a stray who wandered in and not indicative of another nest. Poor thing was in a bad way though. It had a wound on its side and the reason I was able to catch it so easily is that it wasn’t moving very fast. Not sure if it survived but there’s no corpse in the spot where I set it so maybe it recovered. Poor mousie.

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@kk

PS: Fran I have an answer and a query for you also, but I literally just got home so I’m going to take off this tight-ass dress, my 5 inch stilettos and my makeup and get comfortable. I went to a birthday party and I’m kinda vain, as you can probably tell. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for eight and a half years but we’re polyamorous so I don’t want to come across someone awesome and look busted

Please, take your time. <3

One of your new missions, if you're okay with it, when we finally meet up is to help me re-arrange my wardrobe. It sounds like you'd be able to pick out some nice stuff for me.

Paradoxical Intention - Mobile
Paradoxical Intention - Mobile
3 years ago

Ah, fashion…if only I had the money to buy all the pastel goth, gothic Lolita, and fairy kei of my dreams…or at least the skill with a sewing machine and patterns to make them (and the money to purchase materials).

Sarity
Sarity
3 years ago

@Francesca

Alas it’s all too true. I grew up on this Island and have witnessed my peers be publicly accused, by fucking strangers, of being uneducated and/or not working for a living. Hell, there must not be many less MAGA hats/bumper stickers here than in the bloody south. Between us and the city, it’s a wonder why NY deserves its reputation as a beacon of inclusion and progress.

CleverForAGirl
CleverForAGirl
3 years ago

wwth, any chance your purring jew might be going to the neighbors to catch mice? Once our grandmother cat cleared our yard she started hopping the fence to clear the neighboring yards.

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

She’s an indoor cat so the basement is the only possible place she can find mice.

Hamette
Hamette
3 years ago

but I was already ‘inferior’ in their eyes before I got my cat (I have Aspergers, and PCOS) so can I keep him and not start an aryan family?

(((VioletBeauregarde))): Crooked Nasty Social Justice Necromancer
(((VioletBeauregarde))): Crooked Nasty Social Justice Necromancer
3 years ago

I love cats even though I am a dog person. Hmmm…maybe cats are purring Jews though–not that there is anything wrong with that. “Happy Cat” is supposed to represent Jesus, who was a Jew.

FabianPrewett
FabianPrewett
3 years ago

OMG, I’ve only just stopped laughing. I love Stephen Mangan, that is a perfect example of his sense of humour.

I make no apologies for being a cat lady, technically cat non-binary, but you catch my drift. I’ve had cats all my life and can’t imagine life without them. My current furbabies (two of them, not twenty btw), are biological brothers who had been through the mill when I adopted them. They are spoiled rotten because they deserve it after their dismal early life.

I am also the first one to say that I don’t understand why the threat of ‘ending up on your own with 13 cats’ is supposed to be the worst thing ever. The older I get, the more appealing it becomes. The worst thing ever is not being single, it’s being with the wrong person, or worst still, with a violent, abusive person. Being single is cool! So is being in a relationship. I’m just saying there’s more than one way to be happy.

Oh, and for the record, worshipping and being owned by cats never suppressed my maternal instinct. I have two grown up children (a cisman and a ciswoman) aged 27 and 24 who are also mega cat lovers, so 😝 to tec63298.

The Chubby Sabertooth
The Chubby Sabertooth
3 years ago

Old post but I’m adding this comment because I feel like it.
My cat > neo nazis.
No contest whatsoever

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

@The Chubby Sabertooth
My two cats are also much > neo-Nazis, not to mention old-school Nazis.

Also, my cats are (mostly) about love and peace.

Okay, sometimes the girl cat gets mad at Stinky Boy (not his given name), but that’s because he wants to play with her on his terms. She’s not having that, and I don’t blame her.