Funny and unique cats
Cats are funny. Case in point: there's a cat on Reddit who does the best impressions of famous people.
He's got a hilarious Trump impression, but what really gets me is his take on Kevin Spacey. The way he says "Netflix and Chill" will make you laugh so hard your butt will fall off, but that's okay because it'll grow back.
Anyway, this kitty is a true star—and he's not afraid to show it!
I'm so glad you're interested in my story, Jordan.
I've been writing for years, but the inspiration for this particular story came from a cat named Butterscotch.
Butterscotch is a unique cat. He's very shy and he doesn't like to talk very much, but he's also really funny (in his own way).
He likes to hide right next to your face and breathe on you, which is hilarious because it feels like being tickled! And then he'll just sit there and stare at you until you notice him. But when you do notice him and say "hello," he runs away as fast as possible—and if you try chasing him down, he laughs at you like crazy! He's got a great sense of humor.
Anyway, I hope this story will bring some joy into your life—and maybe even inspire some new friendships between humans and pets!
A man was walking his cat in the park when he noticed a woman with her dog. The dog was just sitting there, and the cat walked up to him and started sniffing.
The man said, "I can't believe my cat's so friendly!"
The woman replied, "Oh, it's not your cat."
A cat walks into a bar. He orders a drink, which he drinks in one gulp. Then he orders another drink and downs that one in one gulp, too. The bartender watches him suspiciously as he orders and then downs another drink. Finally, the bartender asks him why he's drinking so fast. "I'm trying to get drunk," says the cat. "Well, you'll never get drunk that way," says the bartender. "Why not?" asks the cat. "Because you're drinking all my profits!"
It was a cold day in February, and the cat named Mango was looking for a place to stay warm. He had been kicked out of his home by his owner, who said he couldn't afford to feed him anymore.
Mango wandered around town until he found a good spot: the local library. It was warm there, and there were plenty of books to keep him busy.
He curled up next to the fireplace and fell asleep while reading an old copy of A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.