July 16th, 2010 / Author: Meankitty
While simplicity and spelling errors have their place on the feline internet, if you long for something more substantial… If you know in your heart of hearts that kitties are not sweet or kind or cuddly…
This is the place for an in-depth revelation of kitty antics that are *not* so cute, the place where the real face of kitty is revealed. This is…
Meankitty.com. We’re happy to flea you. I mean, see you. Kitties do like their fresh meat.
October 31st, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
See my spotty belly? Doncha wanna just brush it?
What makes Mackenzie so mean?
Mackenzie is very finicky. You never know what kind of food she wants to eat (Meankitty’s note: obviously, your flesh) One day she’ll eat dry, the next she insists on moist. If it isn’t what she wants, she will turn the bowl over and play in the food.
Humans are so funny, thinking they can jump high...
She also insists on regular brushings. She doesn’t care how busy you are, she will drive you crazy until you brush her. She even bites you to get the attention she feels she deserves.
Photo submitted by: Mary
October 30th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Name: Jack Henry
Does this face look horrible to you? It does? Good. Mission accomplished.
What makes Jack so mean?
Jack Henry is sure a horrible cat. We got him at the pound maybe 5 years ago, and he duped us into taking him home. He was so sweet and kind (even though he was really sick and sneezed huge chunks of snot on us) we just had to take him.
I don't HOG the bed, I CAT the bed. Come on!
We brought him home to be quarantined from our other cat, Cassidy. but soon found he wasn’t as nice as he seemed. He bites, attacks, sleeps on your face, and hogs the bed. On several occasions I have come home and found important papers shredded to bits on my bed, with little JH sleeping with paper shreds all over him. We call him “Jack the Ripper” for this reason.
Photo submitted by: Cathy
October 29th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
He's pulling my tail! He's pulling my tail!
What makes Layla so mean?
My name is Layla. My human Mark found me at his work place when I was 5 weeks old. I am now 8 months old. I put on a nice act and followed him to his car so he would take me home. Once I was in for a couple of weeks, I showed him my meankitty streak. I have proceeded to tear up his blinds and the corners of his carpet.
Psycho kitty mood swing in 3.....2.....1.....
As soon as my humans wake up, the first thing they should do is feed me. If they do not feed me, I will cry for hours and stand in their faces. If my servants are eating, I will do whatever it takes to get their food. It should all be mine! Except, I do not want them to pet me. When they try, I bite and scratch and demonstrate why they should touch not tthe cat. There are also times where I want nothing more than to be attached to them at all times. I do love my humans, but they need to respect my mood swings.
Photo submitted by: Mark
October 28th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Location: Levering, MI
It's true, I hate men. They smell like dogs.
What makes Petey so mean?
This lovely big ball of fur is Petey. Petey has a sister who is on this site, and that would be Lucy. Petey is Lucy’s unfortunate little brother. He is about four years old and is my very first cat of my own. He was given to me after our other male cat, Bo-bo, died. Petey isn’t a mean kitty to me or my mother, but to any bed spread, book, or make up brush he is. He also doesn’t like men. He especially hates my twin brother Cory. Cory likes to play helicopter with poor Petey and Petey has recently drawn blood from Cory’s cheek.
We don't need no....EDUCATION! We don't need no books, neither.
Anywho, Petey has a tendency to lay on my books while I’m trying to do my homework. If I attempt to move the books he will sink his teeth into any part of the book he can and proceed to kick it furiously with his hind legs. Once I get the book out of his grasp he will attack my bed spread, violently.
Hey, can you pour me some more Fruit Loops? I got no thumbs.
Petey is also in love with human food. He would much rather eat our food than his own. Whenever someone has lunch meat or cream cheese, he will stalk you from the kitchen to where ever you are going to enjoy your food. He will then jump on the table, bed, counter, etc. to get in your face and loudly meow at you until you cave. He is the light of my life and I love him so much, but he tends to be a brat and really, really mean to my brother and my boyfriend. Or any other male, for that matter.
Photo submitted by: Caitie
September 20th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
One tree left and I can qualify for Erosion Cat of the Year!
What makes Turnip so mean?
Turnip recently, um, turned up at our house in Athens, Ohio, and he’s been terrorizing us for a month now. Though he is not quite 4 months old, he has left our lives in a shambles. He calls long distance and orders live mice by the dozen; he has felled all the trees in our yard with his terrible claws; most terrifyingly, sometimes head of staff David wakes up at night with Turnip cowering over him, making odd purring noises. David doesn’t know what this means, but he figures his time is limited on this earth. Please keep David in your thoughts, and also his soon-to-be widow, Christine. I’ve seen the way Turnip looks at her – she’s next.
If anyone wants to check on Turnip’s reign of terror, look for his chief of staff on Facebook – David Roche in Athens, Ohio.
Photo submitted by: David
September 19th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Location: Lago Vista, TX
Apparently my human mistakes SOHC membership for psychosis. Silly biped.
What makes Akeem so mean?
This is Akeem, whose full name is Akeem Bathsheba, Queen of the Universe.
Akeem is now 12 years old and has mellowed over the years, from frankly psychotic to merely bad-tempered.
Her chief pleasures in life are baiting human children so that she can wallop them and whaling the tar out of neighborhood kittens. Oh, and lying in the sun.
Photo submitted by: Julia Welch
September 18th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Location: Perth, W. AU
I’m in therapy for those embarrassing timid phases. My goal is to be a meankitty 100%!
What makes Mischa so mean?
Mischa is schizophrenic. She is either totally timid, afraid of noises, other cats, dogs, the vacuum cleaner, lawn mower etc, or the complete opposite.
One thing she is never afraid of is the cat brush or whoever is using it on her. Show her the brush and she goes into immediate attack mode, taking flesh with her.
When she’s in her tigress mode, she arches her back, moving sideways like a crab, and dares you to move. If you do, she attacks ankles, calves, knees, and enjoys pouncing from nowhere and kicking me in the legs before running off and hiding, ready to pounce once more. She has a scratching post which has not been touched because she prefers to shred the couches and dining chairs.
When just a kitten, her favourite pastime was to climb the feature brick walls to the ceiling. She will drink from nothing but the birdbath in the yard, which she has to stretch from rocks to reach.
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2014: Now that Mischa is older and in ill health, she still fits the mean kitty bill and hasn’t lost the ability to draw blood from my legs, particularly when another cat is around. However, the brush she fought so hard against back in the day is something she demands many times a day as her medium hair is now very long hair. In fact the vet had to shave her chest today because of fur matting.
Photo submitted by: Reg
August 10th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
I have been reading all your advice and I think you are one pretty special kitten. I wish my humans were as well trained as yours. I really admire you! How do you do it?
Tip #21 on training your human: mean mostly, sweet sometimes and never let them see you plot. Work that one a little harder and soon you’ll be eating tuna right out of their hands.
August 10th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Name: Oliver LePaws
Shew, I'm tired after all that boxing.
What makes Oliver so mean?
My best friend and I really, really wanted a cat when we got our first apartment, so we got Oliver. A man who owned a mechanic shop found Oliver one day outside his business’ door and kept him there until he could find him a new home with some very forgiving and tolerant owners…us.
When we picked him up, he had very little hair and was in really bad shape, but one thing that he didn’t lack was an attitude. He would be so sweet and crawl up in your lap and purr and love on you, but heaven forbid you get up before he wanted to or he would turn into “boxing kitty”!!! He will stand up on his hind legs, meow really loudly and just start boxing at your face with both paws…not just once, but over and over until you lay back down.
We are honestly always scared to get up if he’s laying on us. And, if he’s hungry and you get up and walk to the kitchen, he slaps at your legs and bites your ankles until you feed him. My life would definitely be more boring without Mr. Oliver LaPaws. I am happy to say that after 3 years of living with me, he is now fat, furry, and happy…that is, if you DON’T get up!
Photo submitted by: Valerie
August 9th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Location: The Roost
Rescue me from the gunk in my eye!
What makes Ragamuffin so mean?
This is Ragamuffin, AKA Rags. She’s a 1 yr. old rescued Maine Coon cat that rules the roost. When I got her at two months she was sick and weighed just over a pound. She is quite an attention hog. When I’m reading she eats the pages.
If you want to know what cats think of David Baldacci...
Now that she’s older and bigger (10) pounds, she’s taken on hardbacks. When I’m at the computer, her bid for attention is running down the hall, climbing the back of my chair and sitting on my shoulders. The bad part of this exercise is when she misses the chair and gets me instead. Maybe she’s trying to tell me it’s her bedtime because that’s where she sleeps.
Photo submitted by: Anon