Political Animals…

It’s a misconception that all furry creatures are apolitical.  In a recent post, we introduced some of our readership to the Raccoons Of The Resistance, as seen in the work of the Australian cartoonist, First Dog on the Moon.  Now raccoons live by a simple credo; Live Fast, and Eat Trash.  But some politicians can push them too far, and they take action, becoming a grassroots force to be reckoned with…

Now felines too have become politically awakened, many of them by this book to which I exposed my cats, not wanting them to be ignorant, but wanting them to feel safe, even if I as a hybrid human was not.  It worked all too well, generating furry activists who have taken to the streets and backyards…


Talk about an awkward conversation!  It was equally uncomfortable when I talked to my cats about firearms.  Anyways, soon my cats were erecting lawn signs, and had discovered a wealth of resources in the Cats Against Trump merchandising line available on Amazon and other locations…

I’ll tell ‘ya, these cats have been mobilized, and mean business!  Can you see the determination in their faces?  And when my Trumper neighbor complains about my sign, I tell him he wouldn’t then want to meet my dog, who’s a socialist with anarchist leanings.  I can’t tell you too much about about Foxes Against Fascism, since we’re still in the process of arguing over our mission statement.  Foxes get far too hung up on semantics, but that’s my personal opinion.  But, what the hey!  We’re all political animals at core, right?  At least that’s what my old political science  professor told me… 

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4 Comments on “Political Animals…”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Whatever you do, NEVER show them that old Farside spoof entitled “1001 Uses For A Dead Cat.”

    Although, my favorite was the lawn mover with the feline wheel- fasteners. 😉

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    • carycomic Says:

      My bad! That should’ve read “101 Uses For A Dead Cat.”

      Written by Simon Bond (“The Charles Addams of Ailurophobia”), he also published similar cartoons as part of the “I Hate Cats” book series during the 1980’s. The Golden Age of Guilt-free Political Incorrectness!

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      • carycomic Says:

        Robin Williams on the roots of comedy:

        “Here, we see several Cro-Magnons looking at a group of Neanderthals and asking; ‘How many Neanderthals does it take to light a fire?’ The answer is; ‘None! Because they don’t have it, anyway.’ “

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    • vulpesffb Says:

      Also, never show bird lovers the Monty Python “dead parrot” sketch!

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