I have nothing against owning useless things. That’s why I have cats. Others own guns. The similarities would surprise you.
- Gun owners like to hunt. Cats are natural hunters.
- Having a cat or two is fine, but having 20 makes you a hoarder. Having a gun or two is a legitimate exercise of one’s Second Amendment rights, but having 20 makes you a prepper.
- Watching videos of cats can be fun. But you’d be amazed at what some gun owners will put online.
- Having a cat by your side can be relaxing. But if it goes off, you could wind up with scratches. Having a firearm at your side can feel empowering. But if it goes off, you’ll be lucky if it’s only a flesh wound.
- Both cats and guns can be versatile tools. A cat can double as a napkin or dishwasher, while a gun can be used to open locks.
- With some exceptions, conceal carry is currently not permitted in the state of Illinois. It’s difficult to transport a cat without a pet carrier.
- When a cat sprays to mark its territory, it leaves a wake of destruction. A spray of bullets leaves a trail of obliteration.
- Playing with your cat improves your hand-eye coordination. Practicing at a target range improves your focus.
- Neutering and spaying your cat is good for its health and ensures it won’t proliferate unnecessarily, which can have a devastating effect on the local wilflife. The proliferation of unregulated firearms has led to an epidemic of gun murders.
- People don’t like to talk about suicide by cat.
Thanks for properly arming that cat with my Walther PPK. Class, real class. Now there will be a rash of virtual cat killings. ; )
I think guns should be neutered and spayed.