Skip to comments.Man Gets Ticket For Yelling At Cat
Posted on 03/23/2012 3:20:25 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A man who was heard yelling obscenities at his cat was cited by police in Chaska, Minn.
According to the citys police department, neighbors called in, complaining of the noise.
The man, who was not identified, admitted to authorities that he had been swearing loudly at the cat.
His defense to officers was that he is human.
Police said this is not the first time the man had been warned or cited for disorderly conduct.
He was issued a new citation for disorderly conduct for the recent incident.
My dog eats cats.....
Am I the only person who thinks that the world has taken a turn towards the bizarre lately?
Ah for crying out loud, go over to the Lions Tap and have a burger and beer and chill out!
Sheesh....hope they don’t hear me when I hear the “One” on radio or tv....
My cat thinks his name is “dammit!”
Good to know it’s not just me....
Lol, thank goodness I’m not alone :)
"...boy he's gonna be pissed when he finds out it's not his hat"
The news just keeps getting stranger by the day...
This isn’t a PING
I walked into the living room one fine spring day to find him gnawing on the leaves of a plant.
JABBER!!! FREAKING KNOCK IT OFF!
He gave me a bored look, slowly blinked, and went back to gnawing on that plant.
JABBER!!! YOU ARE A BIG, FAT, PIECE OF CRAP!!!
And as I delivered my rapier witted insult, I noticed a fat, ugly, busy-body, hippie “woman” staring at me through my front window aghast.
AND SO ARE YOU!!! I addressed her.
Fortunately, that was in the days before cell phones or I'm sure I'd have to explain it to the gendarmes.
Years ago we lived in a town house, in a not very integrated neighborhood, I caught one of the dogs going after my tomato plants and yelled out the back door, Sam, you stupid black b!tch get in here. the dog’s name was Sambuca.
I went out to check the damage and there is my next door neighbor, roaring laughing. She knew I hadn’t seen her when I hollered and knew I was going to be mortified, which I was. Thank goodness she and I were good friends!
Some cats know exactly how to set one off!
“AND SO ARE YOU!!! I addressed her.”
ROFLMAO!!!! I’ve been in that state of mind myself!
Same here! It's been an exceptionally long, rough day at the old salt mines. As I finally am wrapping things up, the requisite visit to FR was in order, of course. And this was just I needed to end the evening on a positive note.
Thanks for the humor and for the most enjoyable ping list, S&A.
I hope this case gets as much attention here as the Zimmerman-Martin altercation.
You’re very welcome.
A bowl of antifreeze will fix that problem.
Did the man commit a feliny?
So true...I have alot of high spaces for mine...tons....and the cat trees to get to them. I have happy cats.
Thank you for my second really loud lol of the day!
“Hi! My name’s No No Bad Dog. What’s yours?”
I get that kind of sass from Miss Hissy Slashy all the time.
We were refueling the motorhome in a not very integrated neighborhood and our cat, Tigger, was on the dash committing some mischief (maybe tearing down the GPS, I don’t recall.)
My husband yelled, “Tigger! Stop that!” really loud. The brothers and sisters stopped dead, you could hear a pin drop, and then activity resumed....
lol — that is too good.
Works even better on cats since they roam and dogs are fenced.....you can take out an entire neighborhood of the feral critters....
Sorry, hater, cats don’t drink antifreeze. Try it, you’ll see. But your dog would lap it up from a puddle on the driveway, which if you lived near me you would have found out already.
BTW, cats don’t drink beer or Pepsi either.
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Sorry...my dog doesn’t run loose but if you wandered into my yard, he’d leave an impression with you.....
By the way, to intentionally leave an bowl of antifreeze for any stray or loose animal to drink is a felony...
Besides that, it’s just creepy, wierd and revolting.....
You’re right, not really my style. If your dog killed one of my cats I’d hit him with my Ruger 77 .204 just like any other varmint before he took his next dump.
But, you’re probably lucky enough not to have anyone in your neighborhood who really cares about their cat.
You’d shoot someone’s dog in their fenced backyard because you were irresponsible enough to allow your cat to roam loose in the neighborhood resulting in the cat jumping into the fenced area with the dog?
Several questions,concerns and statements arise from this....
1. You have many issues and problems outside of cat ownership....seek help....really...
2. I’m glad I’m not your neighbor...
3. A .204 is a terrible caliber choice......definitely brings your judgement on all issues into question......
Sorry, I also enjoy cheap puns.
Yes. I would definitely shoot your dog in your yard. Yes, I know I have “issues” - I like my cat . . . a lot.
Blam. Take him to the garbage dump. Done. One less varmint in the neighborhood. Then, you can spend the day trying to get the local constable to spring for ballistics testing and a search warrant to make something of it. My bet, they will ring every doorbell within the block and then tell you they have done what they can.
And, the 204 is a perfect caliber for the job. Shows what you know.
This guy comes home from work one day to find his dog with the neighbor’s pet cat in his mouth. The cat is very dead and the guy panics.
He thinks the neighbors are going to hate him forever, so he takes the dirty, chewed-up cat into the house, gives it a bath, blow-dries its fur, and puts the cat back on the porch at the neighbor’s house, hoping that they will think it died of natural causes.
A few days later, the neighbor is outside and asks the guy, “Did you hear that Fluffy died?”
The guy stumbles around and says, “Um.. no.. um.. what happened?”
The neighbor replies, “We just found him dead in the kitchen one day, but the weird thing is that the day after we buried him we went outside and someone had dug him up, gave him a bath and put him on our porch. There must be some real sick people out there!”
How do you make a dead dog go ‘woof’?
With a can of gasoline and a match
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