Crazy Cat Lady in Training

"The curse is come upon me!" cried the Lady of Shalott.

-Alfred, Lord Tennyson

I received this in the mail last week from my friend Deb, in response to the post in which I was worrying about becoming a Crazy Cat Lady.

With it came a note: "Saw this and had to get it to you. Hope you can find the humor–since you fear becoming one of these."

The cat lady comes with six full-sized cats, as well as a cat around one neck and a cat in her pocket, and it also features a quiz on the back of the box intended to diagnose incipient crazy-cat-ladyhood.

Questions include:

  • Do you have more cats than ex-boyfriends?
  • Can you tell your cats apart by the roughness of their tongues?
  • Have you ever had to explain to a police officer that the stuff in the bag really is catnip?

If I ever get that far gone, I hope someone will stop me.

The box also includes a quote from Garrison Keillor: "Cats are intended to teach us that not everything in nature has a purpose."

At least the cats in the box are plastic, although they may or may not be simultaneously dead and alive, like some other famous cats.

2 thoughts on “Crazy Cat Lady in Training

  1. People deserve very good life and home loans or car loan would make it better. Just because people’s freedom relies on money.

  2. I am a crazy cat lady. Started rescuing cats when I was 7. I trap ferals to get them neutered and release them again. I tame feral kittens and re-home them. I work closely with the SPCA and other organisations and am involved with a lot of rescue work. I don’t back down if cats or any animal for that matter is in danger. I feed 600 ferals on the streets, have 54 cats at home and assisting 5 underprivileged families with cat and dog food. I am truly a crazy cat lady and proud of it.

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