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To think that if we all had kittens instead of children we'd be much happier?

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alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:27:47

And AIBU could be closed?

If we all had kittens we wouldn't have to worry about:

schools (lunches, instrument tuition, teachers)

Party invitations

Cooking (why would you cook when you can buy stuff in pouches??)



Supermarket Shopping (parking, people 'looking' at you etc..)

The world would be a better place TBH. (and yes, I am the mommy to a new kitten and am in love!!)

worraliberty Sat 01-Oct-11 15:29:02

No because they'd grow into cats and shit in other people's gardens grin

AuntieMonica Sat 01-Oct-11 15:29:57

and they'd get fleas, at least nits stay on their heads and don't infest the carpet

alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:30:13

But cat shot os only a problem if you have kids. No kids = no problem grin

alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:30:31

is only a problem FFS. The heat has melted my brain.

GwendolineMaryLacey Sat 01-Oct-11 15:30:32

Kittens smell

AuntieMonica Sat 01-Oct-11 15:31:16

and they eat cat food <hold nose>

alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:32:06

You can use heavy duty chemicals on cats, you wouldn't have to go through the hell of nit combing.

Mind you, I 'spect some kitty mommies would...just to be better than the rest of us. 'AIBU to spend 6 hours flea combing my cat rather than buying some frontline....'

worraliberty Sat 01-Oct-11 15:32:48

I can see it now....

Nextdoor's child keeps shitting in my garden

My child won't sleep anywhere but the kitchen worktop

How can I prevent every child in the neighbourhood from entering my house via the cat flap?

My teenage child wants to get her 8 nipples pierced

AuntieMonica Sat 01-Oct-11 15:35:05

you'd still get competitive kittening

my kitten can't shred the curtains yet, AIBU?

my kitten has only drawn blood from my ankles 3 times this week, yet it's attacked DH 6 times, i think it prefers him..

*disclaimer, this is NOT in any way directed at wonderful cat-rescue type MNers

alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:35:17

You're right it's a bad idea. There'd be kitty schools, mummy and kitty parking spaces, G+T kitties, PFB kitties etc...

Worms, can, all over the shop.

Can MNHQ delete this thread, I've scared myself with my vision of the future.

kerrymumbles Sat 01-Oct-11 15:35:49

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

happystory Sat 01-Oct-11 15:36:14

Weeeell, happier I don't know. Have sat up half the night waiting for a kitten who hasn't been going out for very long, worrying about big bad things happening.

At least you can phone a teenager....

AgentZigzag Sat 01-Oct-11 15:37:17

You could have told me that before I had children hmm

worraliberty Sat 01-Oct-11 15:38:01

A bit of a catastrophe OP wink

valiumredhead Sat 01-Oct-11 15:38:21

We would but who would look after us in our old age? wink

worraliberty Sat 01-Oct-11 15:38:43

Ziggers Just be grateful you didn't have to push a whole litter out and lick them clean shock

alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:39:14

The kittens would just eat us when we became infirm valium.

AgentZigzag Sat 01-Oct-11 15:40:01

I was far too posh to push worra wink

alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:40:31

catastrophe - LOL!!!

LetThereBeRock Sat 01-Oct-11 15:40:34

Begone Kerry.You unnatural being. No one can hate kittens.

AgentZigzag Sat 01-Oct-11 15:41:33

I've got my DCs ages well spaced valium, nine years ought to have most of my old age covered grin

AuntieMonica Sat 01-Oct-11 15:41:46

eew, imagine being eaten by a cat shock

it would push you about with its paws and drag you around the garden for hours before licking your eyes and leaving you in the hot sun

<providing the cat is built like Arnie to push me about btw>

alistron1 Sat 01-Oct-11 15:42:18

Kerrymumbles would be the one in the office moaning when she has to cover colleagues for kitty leave.

kerrymumbles Sat 01-Oct-11 15:42:27

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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