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Muska the Cat Has Human Hands and Feet

by Shane McGlaun
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My kids have had a few cats over the years, and that means that I have had to take care of them. As far as I can tell cats are, as a species, assholes. One cat prefered to piss in our fake houseplant as opposed to the litter box. The other liked to sharpen her claws on my favorite shirt. Assholes. The cats we had would never let you pet them more than twice before they sank tooth and claw into hands, arms, or face. Muska the cat, on the other hand, lets her people put tiny doll hands and feet on her paws.

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I am pretty sure she is devising the most painful and unexpected method of murdering her people in that first image, or perhaps deciding if today is the day she runs out the door, never to return.

The cat is very creepy looking with that smushed face and doll hands and feet. I’d like to see her walk around with those things on.

[via Pleated Jeans and Archie McPhee via Laughing Squid]

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