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1379 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 09 Aug 2022 at 6:35 PM (16 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-08-09 4:33:57 PM  
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2022-08-09 4:46:43 PM  
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2022-08-09 5:52:50 PM  
Put down your phone and drive, asshole.
 
2022-08-09 6:09:03 PM  
Respect ✊
 
2022-08-09 7:09:50 PM  
So one day I walked out of the house and jumped in my truck and drove to a nearby restaurant which was about a three quarters of a mile away.
I parked at the restaurant and got out of my truck.
I heard a MEOW and looked in the bed of my truck and there was my cat!
I was like, dude what are doing in there?
Thank goodness he didn't try to jump out of the bed on the way to restaurant.
So I scooped him up and took him back home then went back to eat.

From then on I made a habit of checking the bed of the truck before leaving home just in case but I never found the cat there again, I guess he learned a lesson too.

That was many years ago and he's no longer with me but he was a very good kitty.

Anyway, that's my cat in the bed of the truck story.
 
2022-08-09 8:05:43 PM  

grokca: Put down your phone and drive, asshole.


And stop tailgating!
 
2022-08-09 8:15:33 PM  
Cat: you would not believe the day I have had.
 
2022-08-09 8:40:42 PM  

RolandTGunner: So one day I walked out of the house and jumped in my truck and drove to a nearby restaurant which was about a three quarters of a mile away.
I parked at the restaurant and got out of my truck.
I heard a MEOW and looked in the bed of my truck and there was my cat!
I was like, dude what are doing in there?
Thank goodness he didn't try to jump out of the bed on the way to restaurant.
So I scooped him up and took him back home then went back to eat.

From then on I made a habit of checking the bed of the truck before leaving home just in case but I never found the cat there again, I guess he learned a lesson too.

That was many years ago and he's no longer with me but he was a very good kitty.

Anyway, that's my cat in the bed of the truck story.


Years ago through a series of job changes between my then wife and I my house ended up being about 110 miles away from my job, but I didn't have to go in every week. On the weeks I did have to go in, I had a cheap basement apartment near the office back before rent got out of control, and I'd drive up on a Sunday and come back on Thursday nights.

I had clothes at the apartment but I usually brought a bag with underwear/socks so I zipped it up, threw it in the back seat, and started the long drive up I-95. Thirty farking miles into the trip the bag starts moving on its own and making distinctive cat hissing sounds, loud enough for me to pull over onto the shoulder, and I found this guy:

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- then much younger, but very pissed off. Had to drive him all the way back and then repeat the trip. What made the whole thing even worse was that:

a) He looked at me like "Why the fark did YOU do THAT?"
b) He pissed on the rear passenger floor on the way back and it took a year to get the smell out. Fun fact: if you try to use vinegar to get the cat piss smell out of your car, your car will smell like vinegar for the rest of its life.
 
2022-08-10 12:26:52 AM  
we are lucky to have cats. i have 3.
 
2022-08-10 5:53:32 AM  
Sure they're a PITA now but remember how you felt when they looked like this...

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