Posts Tagged ‘S’
Monday, May 6th, 2013
Name: Sadie (3)
Location: Kansas City, MO
Yeah, I like a rockin’ 2 am – 5 am pee party…what of it?
What makes Sadie so mean?
She looks pretty adorable. But she’s evil.
Sadie is a small kitty, about 6 lbs. She’s stumpy and adorable, her cuteness masks the inner-meanie. Don’t think about approaching her, she will run. Sadie is very particular about her litter box, and if it’s not up to her standards, she pees on my things. When I go out of town, upon returning she immediately pees on my things. If I have company, or if my other cat upsets her, she pees on my things. Those things include, but not limited to – my bed, rugs, laundry, sofa, shoes, etc.
Sadie likes to party between the hours of 2am-5am. She’s very vocal about the good time she’s having. She particularly enjoys meowing as loud as she can while standing on my chest as I sleep. I wake to overturned trash cans with the contents tossed about.
Today I turned my back for 3 minutes to cut up some food, I turned back around to find Sadie and my other cat eating my bowl of steamed peas. A couple months ago, Sadie stole all the meat off my sandwich while I was in the bathroom, leaving the rest on the floor.
As I sit here typing this, she’s sitting next to me with one paw on my leg. That’s about as friendly as she gets. She sure is cute though.
Submitted by: Kelley A.
Thursday, February 28th, 2013
The many mean faces of Synapse
What makes Synapse so mean?
This is my mean kitty, Synapse. She’s not the brightest kitty in the world, and some believe she is possessed by Satan himself. Let’s just say that she has sent me to the emergency room on two separate occasions.
Photo submitted by: Unknown
Saturday, December 29th, 2012
Name: Skippy the Holiday Menace
Next barf stop — the floor vents! I love barfin’ in the floor vents, man.
What makes Skippy so mean?
This is Skippy. He is a little Grinch spreading holiday mayhem throughout the house – namely in the form of barf. The darn cat eats the plastic Christmas tree branches and then proceeds to puke all over the place. He purposely seeks out the most obnoxious and hard to clean spots to leave his not-so-tidy tidings.
To make matters worse, the little hairball will go from barfing to meowing at the top of his lungs for food. We don’t give it to him right away because we don’t want to clean up more barf. Of course that makes him get even more in-your-face loud.
Photo submitted by: Sandi
PS Skippy lives with Winston (3)
Sunday, December 23rd, 2012
Name: Leo (tabby) and Sammie (black)
Quick...let's share the cat tree peacefully for a minute so it ruins the picture she's trying to take for Meankitty!
What makes Leo and Sammie so mean?
From rescue cats to cat-divas! Leo and Sammie don’t like each other one bit and fight over who gets to be the “top cat” on the cat condo. Sammie in particular has had a rough life. He is a tripod and thinks he can use that to his advantage. He loves to bite my head and ears and bat at my nose at 4am because HE WANTS TO EAT. When they get the “midnight crazies” there is no stopping them. And at Christmas time, guess who tries to eat the little decorative tree? Leo! And of course he does it in the middle of the night.
Humans are so judgy! Artificial trees TASTE better as an after-midnight snack.
Submitted by: Rachel Kall (author at http://www.rachelkall.com/)
Sunday, December 23rd, 2012
Location: The North Pole
Christmas Christmas time is here....time to trash and time to sneer!
What makes Spike so mean?
Not only does Spike look a bit like the Grinch, he plays the Grinch as well. For the past three years Spike has taken down the family tree. We’ve tried everything, fishing wire from the tree to various “secure areas” on the wall to constant Spike monitoring. All to no avail. Spike always wins and takes it down. The best part, he struts away after each take down showing absolutely no remorse.
Photo submitted by: John
Monday, November 5th, 2012
Name: Sam Osama
Go away, I’m hiding in my seekrit cave.
What makes Sam so mean?
At the vet’s we call him Sam, but his real name is Osama. Just his name should tell you he’s a mean kitty. We took him in as a kitten (for his own safety) after he kept tearing out screens at his former owner’s house and running across the street (like it’s a playground) to see our other cats. We soon realized what a little terrorist we had taken in. We’ve never had such a wild cat! There was really only one thing to name him. He’s grown from a little terrorist to a bigger, meaner terrorist. His increased size and strength only serve to facilitate his acts of terror, which include:
- Chewing and tearing the toilet paper off the roll.
- Chewing houseplants.
- Eating nameless hunks of crud off the floor.
- Jumping up on the mantle and knocking off whatever he pleases.
- Playing REAL rough. Picking fights with the other cats for the sheer hell of it.
- Eating off our plates.
- Attacking the vacuum cleaner like it’s just a big play toy. No fear.
- Joyously “helping” anyone who comes in to work on the house. Involving himself with loud heavy equipment. Climbing ladders. Fearless.
- Pulling down my tabletop Christmas tree two days in a row. Standing up on his hind legs and just SEIZING it. I finally took it to work to keep it from being destroyed. I’m afraid to get a big tree!
- Grabbing and attacking, with all 18 and the teeth too, any hand that reaches out to pet him (he defines this as play. I have scars.)
- Escaping out the door, running like hell from me, and disappearing. Damn good thing I have an ID tag on him. Some people on the next street, BEHIND his former house, called me one day last summer to say “We have your cat … that’s really his name?”
- Climbing screens. Still tearing out screens. He’s become a real expert! Damn good thing we have central air. Next summer, it’s window grilles!
Submitted by: Shari
Saturday, November 3rd, 2012
I am NOT a stalker, I absolutely have a legitimate reason to be behind that chair that doesn’t involve spying on younger animals.
What makes Sammy so mean?
There is so much to say about this old fart. At 16 years old (human years), he is the mean grumpy old man all the kids are afraid of. If our dog runs by him, Sam will not hesitate to slap him silly. Since we got our Chihuahua puppy, Sammy has started to get a stalking habit. He has turned from grumpy old man into creepy stalker. He will hide behind the couch and lunge out when he feels that the time is right to attack the puppy. He has already inflicted serious harm to the poor puppy, leaving a fairly good scar on her back from biting her during one successful attack.
The only animal of ours he is affectionate to is our younger cat, Xena, who is by no means a mean kitty. She is the sweetest, most spoiled thing on the planet.
Scram! I’m converting Xena to the ways of the mean!
There are only two situations in which he would be sweet to one of his owners: 1) he wanted us to dig his food out (the automatic dispenser doesn’t work) OR 2) one of us is holding the puppy, and he wants to attack.
Meankitty’s Note: The use of the term “owner” in the previous text was inserted by the human, not the cat. Cats know better.
Submitted by: Leah
Friday, November 2nd, 2012
It’s not a funny walk, human. What, do you think I belong to the Ministry?? It’s a studly swagger.
What makes Sammie so mean?
This is Sammie. The person who gave him to me told me the idiots he was saved from used to throw him around, leaving him to walk funny. But now he is mine, and I love him, even when he hates me. He loves to go with me when I take the dogs for a walk. Because of this, he has a huge neighborhood territory. Many times I can come walking back from the store and find myself accosted in unexpected places by O-Sammie bin Catden. He will allow you to pet him once on the head very nicely. Anything else, and he will KILL KILL KILL. I love him, yet I fear him.
Submitted by: Lisa
Thursday, September 27th, 2012
Location: New Zealand
Like Frank Herbert said, “The blood must flow.” Wait, was that spice? Then he was wrong, because it’s blood.
What makes Sunny so mean?
This is my evil cat Sunny. I first met him 12 years ago as a large kitten who was very keen to escape the animal shelter he had been taken to after being found wandering the streets. At our first meeting, he smooched and cuddled and convinced me he was a nice cat. That was evidently all a ploy to “get out of jail” as it was the last time he was ever sweet!
He rules his adopted feline family of two placid ginger brothers and two georgeous tabby sisters with a paw of iron. What Sunny says goes – they live in fear and trepidation of an attack from him. He treats us all with contempt. He loves to sit on humans for warmth, but one wrong move from his victims and blood inevitably flows. We all have scars to show from our various encounters with “Sunny cat”. The whole family (including cats) now have very fast reflexes. We know it’s in our interests to remove body parts from his reach very quickly. He’s the smartest cat I ever met and why shouldn’t such a good looking boy be able to control his entire kingdom?
Submitted by: Robyne
Saturday, June 30th, 2012
Location: Cairns Queensland AU
It's not a micronap. I'm doing my crunches. Can you spot me? Just put a part of your body close to my claws, and I'll dig in.
What makes Salem so mean?
Here is a pic of my cat Salem during a micro nap in the lounge room. He usually spends most of the time stalking me or my other cat Smokey. He has a love of paper and cardboard, and if I am reading a book, he will bite into it and start tearing it up. My arms and legs bear many scars from his overly playful behaviour, but I would not change him for anything. I rescued him from Death Row at an animal refuge a few years ago, and he is just totally hyper active most of the time.
Submitted by: Wayne