January 24th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
I growl at cameras, too. Can you tell I'm growling?
What makes Spoink so mean?
This meankitty’s name is Spoink, after the pokemon, because of his short curly tail. He hates everyone except for me. He will growl at all the kids, every stranger who attempts to pet him, and every animal who is not eatable. Though since I feed him, he gives me uber rubs and will ride on my shoulder and swat anyone who comes near. >:D Best cat EVER!
Photo Submitted By: Michelle
January 23rd, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
No, no, no, that sammitch is MINE, I tell you! MINE!
What makes Bellatrix so mean?
I’d like to introduce you to my new Persian kitten, Bellatrix. We call her Bella for short.
Bella’s life consists of bossing my older cat, Nigel, around. From the first day we got her, Bella realized that Nigel’s already skittish nature would allow her to dominate the house. Every time Nigel settles into one of his regular perches, Bella pounces on him and chases him out of his spot. And she doesn’t take the perch for herself–she just doesn’t want him there. She also rushes at Nigel like a lineman for no apparent reason; when he gets upset, she goes and rubs against him to make nice.
Bella takes liberties on anybody and everybody’s food. If someone’s eating a sandwich and puts it on the coffee table, Bella attempts to take the whole sandwich in her mouth and drag it to the couch. This has happened multiple times. She does this with any type of food in her reach, whether you’re sitting right in front of it or not.
This is me "not" scratching the furniture. Heh.
I can say one good thing for Bella–she doesn’t scratch the furniture (often). However, she likes using people’s arms, especially if they’re hairy, as her personal scratching post. She squeezes herself under the coffee table when she doesn’t want to be caught and scratches your hand if you place it under there.
Submitted by: GSW
January 22nd, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Oh, NICE! Foot for lunch!
What makes Bender so mean?
Bender is my cat’s name. I have
had been owned by him less then a year. Got him from the pound when my dear cat AJ died.
After a hearty lunch of foot, I like a cool drink to top off.
Bender may look sweet to you, but believe me, he can be mean. In fact, he IS mean.
The pictures speak for themselves, I guess.
Submitted by: Charlene
January 21st, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Location: Kansas City
I'm in here because it's protected from the radiation poisoning, and you think *I* am weird!
What makes Nanna so mean?
This is my kitty, Nanna. She’s only truly happy in her Kitty Condo. And with catnip. She’ll attack anything that comes near her condo. Unless she has catnip.
Offer me catnip and I'll come out long enough to claw your arm for it!
She also likes to torment our other kitty, Rasputin. She will gladly give him a whack every now and then just in case. She also demands to be petted hourly and will come and grasp your arm with her claws until you comply.
Photo submitted by: Barbara
January 20th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
I'm doing kitty yoga, stretching myself out like spaghetti, the better to reach your flesh!
What makes Rainey so mean?
I have to tell you about Rainey. I adopted her from the Humane Society. She seemed so sweet and lovable until I got her home. It’s like she was a con artist.
As soon as we got home, her second personality emerged. She will not let you pet her. She bullies my other cat and puppy, biting them every chance she gets. She randomly attacks me when I walk by as well!
Photo submitted by: Candy
January 19th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Go Tango! Go Tango! Beat the dog up! Go Tango!
What makes Tango so mean?
I am sending this e-mail to see if you will put my evil cat Tango on your website. I’m sure you agree for the picture he is a very mean kitty. Tango is 5 years old and has done many evil deeds. Once he ripped off the skin off one of my toes, he has killed thousands of moles, chipmunks, birds, and so on. As you can see in the picture he is attacking my dog Bruno. Bruno is the most docile dog you will meet, and then Tango will attack him anyway. Tango has ripped Bruno’s ear off and bit the end of his tail off. Sometimes I feel this cat doesn’t come from this planet.
Photo submitted by: Matthew
January 18th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
NameL While You Were Out
Location: Where You Aren’t
Meankitty redecorating: curtains, for swinging. couches, for scratching. beds, for puking hairballs!
What makes WYWO so mean?
Although the silly human slave who submitted the picture couldn’t be bothered to supply this cat’s name or location, he has proved the cat belongs in the Meankitty Gallery by showing what “Blackie”, the “While You Were Out” kitty redecorating show host, has done to improve his view out the window.
Photo submitted by: Christopher Price
January 17th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Location: The bathroom
Go outside and bathe in the hose, human. I'm busy in here.
What makes Paris so mean?
I got Paris an an animal shelter when she was three years old. When I took her home the first thing she did was crawl into the tub. Now it is her home, and she doesn’t like home invasions. You have to call her into the kitchen and ply her with treats in order to take a shower, but you’d better be quick!
Photo submitted by: April
January 16th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
I notice that your doing all those updats and my cat PuffMuffin didnt make the kut. I don’t think thats fair you should post all the cats you get including mine. PuffMufin is really cute and she is so mean when she chases her stuffd mouse and is mean to the fish when she stars at them.
As it says on the website in various places, the management reserves the right to edit text as we see fit AND ignore any submissions whose pictures are poor quality or whose stories of supposed meanness are lacking. We also reserve the right to LEAVE IN all the typos you make and/or mock your non-mean kitties. We also also reserve the right to be really inconsistent…just like cats. There’s a reason why the moniker of “meankitty” suits us so well!
Have a nice day!
January 15th, 2014 / Author: Meankitty
Location: Alberta, Canada
I am feeling the sudden onset of general emotional numbing and chronic pain, simultaneously! Go away, Cujo, and leave me alone!
What makes Cujo so mean?
Long-term effects of domestic violence on kittens who have been abused by Cujo may include:
* chronic depression
* chronic pain
* drug and alcohol dependence
* eating disorders
* emotional “over-reactions” to stimuli
* general emotional numbing
* health problems
* panic attacks
* poor adherence to medical recommendations
* repeated self-injury
* self neglect
* sleep disorders
* strained family relationships
The mission of Young Kittens Working Together is to recognize and free the potential of mistreated kitties everywhere.
Photo submitted by: The Storms