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2013-07-10 12:18:57 AM
No biggie. I gave it up for lent.
Then again, I am the religious one.
 
2013-07-10 12:32:58 AM
Don't eat dinner out of the litter box.

/problem solved
 
2013-07-10 12:47:32 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: Don't eat dinner out of the litter box.

/problem solved


I can still do breakfast and lunch though, right?

I hate to eat my corn flakes plain, but bananas are just too gross.
 
2013-07-10 01:22:19 AM
Someone should write a book about how major news outlets regurgitate the same tired stories over and over

/There is nothing wrong with my Feline Majesty's poop
//like everything else about them, the poop is purrfect
///all glory to the HypnoCat
 
2013-07-10 01:46:34 AM

TommyymmoT: The My Little Pony Killer: Don't eat dinner out of the litter box.

/problem solved

I can still do breakfast and lunch though, right?

I hate to eat my corn flakes plain, but bananas are just too gross.



Honey; these Grape Nuts taste awful!

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2013-07-10 07:00:35 AM
So apparently cat poop isn't good for you. Who knew?

Every pregnant woman ever?
 
2013-07-10 07:06:50 AM
They can have my cat poop when they pry it from my cold, dead hands.
 
2013-07-10 07:12:22 AM

FloydA: TommyymmoT: The My Little Pony Killer: Don't eat dinner out of the litter box.

/problem solved

I can still do breakfast and lunch though, right?

I hate to eat my corn flakes plain, but bananas are just too gross.


Honey; these Grape Nuts taste awful!

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Ooh look, a prize!  I didn't think Grape Nuts did that.
 
2013-07-10 07:35:16 AM
If it's good enough for the dog, it's good enough for me
 
2013-07-10 08:17:22 AM
I guess I should stop serving it to my guests, then.
 
2013-07-10 08:30:26 AM
How can there be anything wrong with it? Cat owners make the very sane and rational choice to store their pet's fecal material in an open-air box in the house.
 
2013-07-10 08:38:15 AM
They recycle this story about every 3 years.  Just as long as the collective memory can take before it forgets how to do anything without repeated instructions.
 
2013-07-10 08:42:58 AM

FloydA: TommyymmoT: The My Little Pony Killer: Don't eat dinner out of the litter box.

/problem solved

I can still do breakfast and lunch though, right?

I hate to eat my corn flakes plain, but bananas are just too gross.


Honey; these Grape Nuts taste awful!


LOL
 
2013-07-10 08:43:24 AM
POOP THREAD!!
 
2013-07-10 08:45:22 AM
Lots of poop threads lately.
 
2013-07-10 08:45:44 AM

Gavin: "Tommy knew he'd caught the virus, but he never knew he'd gone full-blown."


Mark "Rent-boy" Renton: "What was it, pneumonia or cancer?"


Gavin: "No, toxoplasmosis. Sort of like a stroke."


Mark "Rent-boy" Renton: "Eh? How's that?"


Gavin: "He wanted to see Lizzy again. Lizzy wouldn't let him near the house. So he bought a present for her, bought her a kitten."


Mark "Rent-boy" Renton: "But Lizzy told him where to farking stick it."


Gavin: "Exactly. "l'm not wantin' that cat," she says. "Get the fark," right? So there's Tommy stuck with this kitten. You can imagine what happened. The thing was neglected... pissing and shiatting all over the place. Tommy's lying about farked out of his eyeballs... on smack or downers. He never knew you could get toxoplasmosis from cat shiat."


Mark "Rent-boy" Renton: "Neither did l. What is it?"


Gavin: "farking horrible. It's like an abscess on your brain."


Mark "Rent-boy" Renton: "farking hell. Then what happened?"


Gavin: "He starts getting these headaches. So he just uses more smack, you know, for the pain. And then he has a stroke. A farking stroke, just like that. Gets home from the hospital and dies three weeks later. He'd been dead for ages before the neighbors complained about the smell and got the police to break down the door. Tommy was lying facedown in a pool of vomit."
[long pause]


Gavin: "The kitten was fine."


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2013-07-10 08:47:37 AM
 
2013-07-10 08:48:29 AM

Pontious Pilates: How can there be anything wrong with it? Cat owners make the very sane and rational choice to store their pet's fecal material in an open-air box in the house.


Electric automated self cleaning boxes are great... finally got one the other day and it's an excellent gadget that all cat owners should seriously consider.  Just gotta have to hope that it lasts.


BTW dog owners... the open-air box might be out of the house, but it's the backyard, the front yard, the park, etc, and and owners need to pick that shiat up like the little biatches they are.

But seriously, I'd rather a cat in the area, which will bury it's crap as opposed the dogs that simply crap anywhere.

Nothing I'd consider more than after a dog owner dares to have his muttt crap on my yard, to rub their face (the owner) in it, regardless if they picked up the larger chunk.  Private property should be respected, if you have a dog, keep it on your own freaking property to do it's business.
 
2013-07-10 08:50:02 AM
A few things

1)  My cat does not sit in the litter box like that.  She'll perch on the edges of it, but she never actually wallows in the litter although she does make an effort to bury her piss and poop

2)  My cat was also sitting iny my lap and licking my knee while I read this.  Am I going to die?  I don't think so.

3)  FTFA:  "• Cat litter should be properly disposed of in the garbage, not flushed down the toilet where it can enter rivers and lakes. " Uh, where does the writer of TFA think garbage goes?

4) I think I had another point to make but I think the cat shiat has deteriorated my brain to the point that I can't remember it.
 
2013-07-10 08:50:20 AM

imfallen_angel: Pontious Pilates: How can there be anything wrong with it? Cat owners make the very sane and rational choice to store their pet's fecal material in an open-air box in the house.

Electric automated self cleaning boxes are great... finally got one the other day and it's an excellent gadget that all cat owners should seriously consider.  Just gotta have to hope that it lasts.


BTW dog owners... the open-air box might be out of the house, but it's the backyard, the front yard, the park, etc, and and owners need to pick that shiat up like the little biatches they are.

But seriously, I'd rather a cat in the area, which will bury it's crap as opposed the dogs that simply crap anywhere.

Nothing I'd consider more than after a dog owner dares to have his muttt crap on my yard, to rub their face (the owner) in it, regardless if they picked up the larger chunk.  Private property should be respected, if you have a dog, keep it on your own freaking property to do it's business.


/His lawn. Stay off it.

Goddamn you're a cranky bastard.
 
2013-07-10 08:57:24 AM
"Don't eat dinner out of the litter box.

/problem solved"

Yeah that's great if you can keep their little shiat-stained paws off the dining room table, and the kitchen counters, and the bathroom sinks.

/ if you live with cats, you WILL end up eating their shiat.
// it's their whole goal in life.
 
2013-07-10 08:57:28 AM
to my neighbors who like to let their cats out at night to shiat on people's lawns, fark you. I hope the coyotes eat your vermin.
 
2013-07-10 08:58:10 AM
www.roflcat.com
 
2013-07-10 09:07:04 AM
Subby:Who knew?

Anyone that ever watched Trainspotting. Poor Tommy. Never had a chance with that poor kitten.
 
2013-07-10 09:10:02 AM
So, I shouldn't be feeding my little Skippy kitty bonbons?
 
2013-07-10 09:10:22 AM
Ah, cats. They kick around the litter box, then walk through your house, crawl up your sofa and then jump on your lap.
 
2013-07-10 09:11:58 AM

imfallen_angel: Private property should be respected, if you have a dog, keep it on your own freaking property to do it's business.


Keep your extra apostrophes off my private monitor, buster.

You smoke? Ever cook anything? Keep your gases on your private property.

You knew there were dogs in your area when you bought your private property?

You should have known that.
 
2013-07-10 09:15:31 AM
 FTA:It is important to note that cats that are always kept indoors are usually not a problem.

Seriously folks, for your cat's sake, for her prey's sake, and for your own damn sake, keep your feline indoors.
 
2013-07-10 09:16:24 AM
Dear Diary

/oblig
//poops delicious candies
 
2013-07-10 09:17:03 AM
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Kitty Litter cake.  Yum!
 
2013-07-10 09:18:28 AM
Cats, who step in their own poo on a fairly constant basis, also tend to walk across all food preparation areas in your house.  Have fun with your toxoplasmosis, cat-tards.
 
2013-07-10 09:19:22 AM
at least the dog owners clean up in my neighborhood.

the cat nutters who let their little vermin out dont care. it gets really old finding cat shiat in your fenced off backyard.

I'm tempted to trap them and take them to the shelter.
 
2013-07-10 09:20:45 AM

SkeletorUpInHere: imfallen_angel: Pontious Pilates: How can there be anything wrong with it? Cat owners make the very sane and rational choice to store their pet's fecal material in an open-air box in the house.

Electric automated self cleaning boxes are great... finally got one the other day and it's an excellent gadget that all cat owners should seriously consider.  Just gotta have to hope that it lasts.


BTW dog owners... the open-air box might be out of the house, but it's the backyard, the front yard, the park, etc, and and owners need to pick that shiat up like the little biatches they are.

But seriously, I'd rather a cat in the area, which will bury it's crap as opposed the dogs that simply crap anywhere.

Nothing I'd consider more than after a dog owner dares to have his muttt crap on my yard, to rub their face (the owner) in it, regardless if they picked up the larger chunk.  Private property should be respected, if you have a dog, keep it on your own freaking property to do it's business.

/His lawn. Stay off it.

Goddamn you're a typical cranky bastard cat-owning weirdo with poop laying around inside your home.


FTFY.
 
2013-07-10 09:24:10 AM
cats paws smell like popcorn
 
2013-07-10 09:24:25 AM
I just want to know why my one cat calmly does his business but then goes flying out of the litterbox like Usain Bolt being chased by a lion.
 
2013-07-10 09:28:38 AM

Gulper Eel: I just want to know why my one cat calmly does his business but then goes flying out of the litterbox like Usain Bolt being chased by a lion.


Cause cat poop is bad for you...duh
 
2013-07-10 09:29:15 AM
Having a litter box in your house causes kids to catch Autism.
 
2013-07-10 09:35:38 AM

gfid: A few things

1)  My cat does not sit in the litter box like that.  She'll perch on the edges of it, but she never actually wallows in the litter although she does make an effort to bury her piss and poop

2)  My cat was also sitting iny my lap and licking my knee while I read this.  Am I going to die?  I don't think so.

3)  FTFA:  "• Cat litter should be properly disposed of in the garbage, not flushed down the toilet where it can enter rivers and lakes. " Uh, where does the writer of TFA think garbage goes?

4) I think I had another point to make but I think the cat shiat has deteriorated my brain to the point that I can't remember it.


While Toxoplasma gondii isn't (directly) fatal, it has symptoms that are worth paying attention to*.  I wonder if you can get your cat or yourself tested or treated for it.  My indoor/outdoor cat shiats along the river when it is out.

/* It reminds me of The Giving Plague
// and
 
2013-07-10 09:36:17 AM

DaCricket: So apparently cat poop isn't good for you. Who knew?

Every pregnant woman ever?



Yeah...  My wife played that card on me 15 years ago.  "I can't change the litter boxes.  You have to do it.  But I swear, I will take that over again afterward."

Bullshiat.  I'm STILL doing it!!
 
2013-07-10 09:36:46 AM

Gulper Eel: I just want to know why my one cat calmly does his business but then goes flying out of the litterbox like Usain Bolt being chased by a lion.


My Fidget does that as well.  Really weird.
 
2013-07-10 09:39:53 AM

legion_of_doo: the cat nutters who let their little vermin out dont care. it gets really old finding cat shiat in your fenced off backyard.


You should have known about that when you bought the place.

And how do you find buried poop? You go looking for it?
 
2013-07-10 09:40:43 AM

Quantum Apostrophe: legion_of_doo: the cat nutters who let their little vermin out dont care. it gets really old finding cat shiat in your fenced off backyard.

You should have known about that when you bought the place.

And how do you find buried poop? You go looking for it?


He uses a poop detector, duh.
 
2013-07-10 09:41:40 AM

Quantum Apostrophe: imfallen_angel: Private property should be respected, if you have a dog, keep it on your own freaking property to do it's business.

Keep your extra apostrophes off my private monitor, buster.


derp... then don't look at  Fark

You smoke? Ever cook anything? Keep your gases on your private property.

double derp, don't smoke, filter in the kitchen.

You knew there were dogs in your area when you bought your private property?

triple derp, no more than one dog when I moved, now several, no problem except for the idiots

You should have known that.

Having a dog does NOT give anyone (and their dogs) the right to go on someone else's property, self-centered self-righteous dog owners just can't wrap their heads around that one.
 
2013-07-10 09:47:01 AM
Thanks CNN, just this morning I was contemplating rather or not I should fear cat poop or embrace cat poop.
 
2013-07-10 09:47:13 AM

durbnpoisn: DaCricket: So apparently cat poop isn't good for you. Who knew?

Every pregnant woman ever?


Yeah...  My wife played that card on me 15 years ago.  "I can't change the litter boxes.  You have to do it.  But I swear, I will take that over again afterward."

Bullshiat.  I'm STILL doing it!!


Get one of those automatic cleaning ones, I got one because I just got tired of the kids being derps with the cleaning of the litter box and the amount of litter being wasted. It's been over two weeks since I got it... if I knew what I know now, I would have gotten one a long time ago.

At this rate, it'll pay for itself (for all the litter not wasted) within a month or two.
 
2013-07-10 09:49:09 AM

legion_of_doo: I'm tempted to trap them and take them to the shelter.


A guy in my neighborhood was putting cat food in a trap on his porch.  He'd take the cats to the pound and let them sort it out if the cat had a tag or chip.   The city has a 'your animals can't roam around the neighborhood" law, so there was nothing illegal about his actions.     A large vocal group in the neighborhood went nuts and recruited a local animal rights group to help their cause.   People were making his life miserable and he even received death threats.  He eventually agreed to release any cat with a tag, but he'd still take cats without tags to the pound.  (I'm sure some of these people were bent out of shape because it meant they had to pay fees to get their cat out of the pound, and extra fees if the cat didn't have a current registration.)
 
2013-07-10 09:50:49 AM

durbnpoisn: Yeah... My wife played that card on me 15 years ago. "I can't change the litter boxes. You have to do it. But I swear, I will take that over again afterward."

Bullshiat. I'm STILL doing it!!


Hey, are you married to my wife?
 
2013-07-10 09:54:26 AM

DrBrownCow: legion_of_doo: I'm tempted to trap them and take them to the shelter.

A guy in my neighborhood was putting cat food in a trap on his porch.  He'd take the cats to the pound and let them sort it out if the cat had a tag or chip.   The city has a 'your animals can't roam around the neighborhood" law, so there was nothing illegal about his actions.     A large vocal group in the neighborhood went nuts and recruited a local animal rights group to help their cause.   People were making his life miserable and he even received death threats.  He eventually agreed to release any cat with a tag, but he'd still take cats without tags to the pound.  (I'm sure some of these people were bent out of shape because it meant they had to pay fees to get their cat out of the pound, and extra fees if the cat didn't have a current registration.)


Yeah, if you knew or had reason to suspect that these were owned neighbor's cats, that's a dick move.
 
2013-07-10 09:54:31 AM

Gulper Eel: I just want to know why my one cat calmly does his business but then goes flying out of the litterbox like Usain Bolt being chased by a lion.


My cat tears around the house before pooping.  I wonder what the heck got into him, then realize he's getting ready to poop.  I don't know if it's just a habit or if it helps the process.
 
2013-07-10 09:54:54 AM

durbnpoisn: DaCricket: So apparently cat poop isn't good for you. Who knew?

Every pregnant woman ever?


Yeah...  My wife played that card on me 15 years ago.  "I can't change the litter boxes.  You have to do it.  But I swear, I will take that over again afterward."

Bullshiat.  I'm STILL doing it!!


I thought we were talking about cat shiat.
 
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