Posts Tagged ‘B’
Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
Can I have your attention? Can I, huh huh huh?
What makes Barney so mean?
My name is Barney. I am the proud owner of Lisa. I am very attached to Lisa and have known the sound of her voice since the day I was born. I picked her, not the other way around. I was born in a cattle barn with 4 others and Lisa found us the day we were born.
She thought she was going to take home 2 other cats from my group…so much for her giving that much thought. I live and breathe for all of Lisa’s attention, and if one of the other cats comes near her, they get it. I am on them quick and without sympathy or care. I sleep with her each night next to her side and if she rolls over, I hop over her and snuggle her face again. To warn the other kitties to steer clear, I snort very loudly when I see one, and if that doesn’t deter them, I bring out the teeth and claws
Lisa’s Note: Barney is very nasty and jealous of my other cats. Also other humans–if anyone, male or female, tries to sit next to me or cuddle, he sits between us or on us till he’s between us. He is a brat.
Photo submitted by: Lisa Book Worm
Sunday, May 18th, 2014
Touch my head and I'll bite ya. Ah, heck, I'll bite ya anyway!
What makes Biter so mean?
This is such a mean kitty. When you wake up, first thing she does is attack your leg and bite it. She refuses to ‘fetch’. She bites your hand if you try to pet her while she is sleeping, and sometimes when you walk around a corner, she’s waiting for you (very patiently) then jumps on your leg like a magnet and starts biting and biting. That’s why her name is what it is. If she loses her ball, she makes ME get it! As if she can’t get it herself. She would make a terrible goalie.
Submitted by: Aaron
Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
Name: Bandit & Kitters
Location: Elkhart, IN
Can't have a social life with stupid humans around. Play with the dog, don't consort with strays...sheesh!
What makes B & K so mean?
Bandit is the Snowshoe Siamese and Kitters is the black & white cat. What makes them so mean…..Laddy Dog. Laddy loves to play with the kitties. Bandit doesn’t like Laddy, and Kitters, like most cats, wants to play on his own time.
Kitters will attack anything that moves under a blanket, not to mention Crouching Tiger under the bed. He hides under the bed and attacks any and all unsuspecting feet and legs.
Bandit is usually a lover, except for when she’s in heat and sneaks outdoors. One time while in heat she snuck out and hid in the bushes with two boyz. When I tried to get her she growled like a ferocious jungle cat. She would like to have bit my fingers off, so she got sprayed with the garden hose. And that’s what makes my kitties so mean!
Photo submitted by: Pam
Monday, April 7th, 2014
Name: Bandit (3)
Location: Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
I smell dead people.
What makes Bandit so mean?
Bandit is quite an exceptional cat. He comes to you when you whistle, is not afraid of water, and loves to perform tricks in front of people. I sometimes wonder if he even thinks he’s a cat at all!
[Meankitty’s note: Man, this cat is so obviously not “mean” or otherwise deserving of Gallery status, but it’s a great pic, huh? I was feeling generous today.]
Photo submitted by: Tony
Sunday, April 6th, 2014
I was a termite in my former life before I achieved the highest pinnacle one can hope for. That would be CAT.
What makes Bandit so mean?
“His eyes were positively blazing. The red light in them was lurid, as if the flames of hellfire blazed behind them….” -Dracula, by Bram Stoker.
This is Bandit. He, as you can see, is possessed. Some say by a French demon (hence the goatee). The adorable, chuckle-inducing exterior of this cat hides an inner master of destruction and chaos. The first signs of it were when he was a wee little thing. In the dark of the night, he would scrape my face raw with his tongue, waking me from a sound sleep. I would turn my face away and he would go around and keep scraping. So I would push him away with my hand, which he chewed on. Enthusiastically. This would happen over and over and over every night.
I believe this behavior is tied to one of his others: he eats fabric. Bandit’s favorite dietary delicacies are wool, cotton, fleece and OAK!!!! Yes, he actually chewed on a piece of solid oak furniture and the marks are there to this day. One time, I was wearing a pair of Alpaca socks at home and he started chewing on them….while I was still wearing them! This possessed feline is the most destructive creature known to man – he has destroyed towels, blankets, sheets, countless socks, shirts, shorts, jeans. For fun, he shreds corrugated cardboard boxes. It is my lot in life to provide a shelter complete with chew toys for this creature, but on occasion, the demon will be quiescent and the sweet lovey baby will snuggle with me and (almost) make me forget I want to file his teeth.
Photo submitted by: Barb
Saturday, April 5th, 2014
Everything I ask for? Are you kidding? I ask to be left alone, and look what pictures they take!
What makes Bandit so mean?
Bandit is a very evil kitty. Even though My boyfriend and I give him everything he asks for and love on him all the time, Bandit still feels the need to chew up my make up brushes, knock my books and papers off my desk, and use the carpet as a scratching post. Bandit’s favorite playtime activities include placing his paw in my drinking glass, pulling it over, and spilling liquid all over the table and floor, and pouncing as hard as he can in my boyfriend’s lap. At night Bandit waits for me to fall asleep then paws at my eyes. Every morning he starts meowing and pawing at my face approximately an hour before the alarm goes off.
Photo submitted by: Sarah
Friday, January 31st, 2014
Did you know that cats can regenerate several rows of teeth like sharks? Okay, not really.
What makes Bogie so mean?
This is Bogie, short for Bogart. He was a hellacious mean kitty when he was little. This pic kind of says it all! He is a lump of love now though.
But it's a great close up of my teenaged double fang action, huh?
Meankitty’s note: Bogey as an adult has turned into a “lump of love” (direct quote) and has been kicked out of the SOHC for overt niceness. But we respect the good work he did while in his youth.
Submitted by: Diana
Thursday, January 30th, 2014
The sleeping Jesse day... What a pleasant memory! Thanks for reminding me.
What makes Berlin so mean?
This is my mean kitty Berlin. If you cross him, he doesn’t forget about it. My fiance’s cousins, Jesse & Cody, played tug of war with him once when he was a kitten. He’s 12 now and he still hisses and growls at them. He sat on Jesse’s face while he was sleeping and Jesse had to go to the hospital (he’s allergic to cats). His face was swollen up like an over-ripe watermelon. Berlin has actually tried to kill guests he doesn’t like who come into his home by grabbing their legs and shoving them down the stairs. Mean Kitty!
Submitted by: Catherine
Thursday, January 23rd, 2014
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
Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
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