Posts Tagged ‘J’
Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
Unprovoked, huh? Did you look at me funny? Did you steal some of my air? Did you get in or near my space? Hardly unprovoked, then!
What makes Joey so mean?
Joey is loving, purrs a lot and loves…around me. Anyone else and I would leave the country if I were them! The only other being he doesn’t try to eat as frequently as everyone else is my MeanDogKitty, Bailey. However, even Bailey becomes lunch sometimes.
Mean Kitty Joey. Deadly, unprovoked attacks may occur randomly.
Submitted by: Salem
Monday, July 23rd, 2012
Location: Unknown, but maybe Florida
What a bunch of scurrilous lies! Just look at this face. There’s no lynx involved in my DNA.
What makes Jax so mean?
Talk about a wolf in sheep’s clothing! This kitten I brought down from South Carolina with me when I moved back to FL, but I had my 6 cats and 2 dogs already so I gave him to a friend.
Lucky thing I did! This adorable little thing, named Jax, went from a purring, silky ball of fluff to the king of unholy terrors. I spent a lot of time at my friend’s house, and he began asking me questions about cats each time I went over there in regards to behavior. I couldn’t figure out why until I went to clip the cat’s nails for him. To make a gory story short, I had to get 26 stitches in my arms from this “kitten”, and I work in a vet’s office so I know how to deal with animals. I ended up wrapping him in a blanket and taking him to the office with me to have help. No one could believe this guy would turn so vicious!
He shreds everything he can, bites anyone who tries to touch him and attacks anyone who comes within 2 feet of him. He sits on top of a bookshelf most of his days and takes pleasure on pouncing on the heads of unsuspecting people. It wasn’t so bad when he weighed 2 lbs, but he’s now 14 lbs of solid muscle. I swear his dad had to be a Lynx or something.
Submitted by: Anon
Sunday, July 22nd, 2012
Name: Johnny Lopez
Does this fur make me look fat? I mean, mad?
What makes Johnny so mean?
Johnny was a troubled cat. Probably the most troubled cat I’ve ever had. He doesn’t like to be carried at all. You will see this cat from far away and think he’s a pretty white Turkish Angora kitty, but you won’t know half of the truth. He only loves 2 people and those 2 people are my mom and my dad. He’s their cat. I had a cat who Johnny was totally jealous of and so he hated me in return.
Johnny growls really loud when he wants to go outside because he will not use a litter box. That’s for domestic cats and he is far from that. He’s an outdoor cat who kills squirrels, moles, mice, rats, snakes, birds and scares dogs away.
Before he got declawed, he used to rip up the furniture and carpet. He was very destructive. He’s calmed down a bit since he’s fifteen years old now. His way of showing his love and affection, ha ha, is by biting you or grabbing hold of your ankle and biting you.
I love that cat even though he hates me. He’s nothing but attitude. I think he puts on his attitude when he rubs the fur on his nose and it makes him look mad. Oh well, he’s a mean kitty!
Submitted by: Sam
Wednesday, March 21st, 2012
Bond. James Bond. Catagent Double Oh Awesome. The flower turns into a gun.
What makes James so mean?
This cat has given me 2 stitches already. He is an unstoppable, bulletproof force. A real action kitty with a major attitude problem. But as you see in the picture…he’s a pretty boy.
Submitted by: Rose
Thursday, March 15th, 2012
Name: Jimmy Jazz
Just doin' what I do best... Destroying stuff!
What makes Jimmy so mean?
Jimmy Jazz is a 7-month old kitty with a mean streak a mile wide. He loves to experiment with gravity. He is forever pushing things off of high places, especially if they are near and dear to me, or simply expensive to replace.
His list of victims include:
1) Glass blender
2) 2 blue cobalt jars
3) Red glass coffee mug
4) Olive oil jar
He also constantly attacks my old, slow, fat senior citizen cat, using a variety of pro-wrestling type moves on him including:
2) Body blow
3) Pile driver
4) Inverse hind leg unsheathed claw-kick maneuver
Submitted by: Ellen
Monday, March 12th, 2012
Name: Java Jynx Jitterbug
It's moving, it's moving... That makes it fair game!
What makes Java so mean?
My kitten Java Jynx Jitterbug is so MEAN. Here’s what she does:
1: She bites you for absolutely no reason.
2: She meows WHEN she’s biting you WHILE you’re holding her.
3: She jumps on your legs when you’re walking and minding your own business.
4: She hides in the bathtub and jumps at you when you’re in there.
5: She bites your feet.
6: She will attack anything that moves.
P.S.: She loves water.
Submitted by: Jenna
Wednesday, March 7th, 2012
Location: Denver, CO
What makes Jake so mean?
He loves to bite for no reason. Well, I’m sure he has HIS reasons, but they don’t make sense to ME, the bit-ee.
Photo submitted by: Jeffrey C.
Friday, February 24th, 2012
I'm actually mean coz I'm paid to be that way! I'm a mercenary kitty.
What makes Jack so mean?
Jack, the meanest cat ever, is a very arrogant cat, always biting and putting his claws on everybody and doesn’t like anyone except my mom, coz she’s the one who gives him the food. He’s only nice when he wants something, and when he doesn’t get what he wants, he will bite you until you say “enough”!
Usually, he sleeps all day long, but when the night comes, watch out, coz this cat has an attitude!
Photo submitted by: Naiah
Wednesday, September 8th, 2010
What makes Jackie so mean?
Here is a pic of my cat Jackie. As you can see he is practicing his Jackie Chan kick. He is generally a good boy but with 9 other cats in the house he has to take control and show them who’s boss…
Photo submitted by: Tim
Sunday, August 22nd, 2010
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