Friday Afternoon Kitty: Cat Is A Dick To Snakes

You know how when you’re a little kid, someone older is a dick to you, and you get mad at them and take a swing but you can’t hurt them because they’re too big, and they just laugh at you and hold you down, and you get madder and madder and madder?

That’s what this asshole cat is doing to this poor little snake while some jerk stands there filming and NOT HELPING AT ALL.

Footnote: Almost  positive the snake is either a black or a blue racer (coluber constrictor priapus or foxii). Blue racers are found in Ontario and they’re an endangered species (nice going, cat) . Saskatchewan has an species of racer too, found in Grasslands National Park — the yellow-bellied racer. Racers are b i t e y !

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

3 thoughts on “Friday Afternoon Kitty: Cat Is A Dick To Snakes”

  1. not sure I agree totally with your take of cat versus snake. My place is strewn with bodies of ties my cats have clawed off the hangers and dragged all over the place. Cats don’t like snakes, and this one was playing in a way similar to mine when they find bugs in their clutches. the real assholes are the people filming. because if this was my cat, I wouldn’t care if the cat was a Siberian tiger size compared to the snake, get the cat away because the cat could get injured. Don’t dis ginger for doing what comes naturally, hate the amateur steve irvins for their animal gladiator porn

  2. Point of clarification: there’s no chance that this species of snake could injure that cat. Well, I guess if it bit the cat on the nose and the cat ran into traffic. Aside from that, though, the cat is in zero danger. That’s a harmless snake.

  3. Also, I’m being a little silly and anthropomorphizing the animals. The cat’s just being a cat, although he’s a lot less murderous than my cat would’ve been toward a snake back in his younger days.

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