30 June 2007

A call to Action!

June 30, 2007

This statement is brought to you by the KKLF (Kit Kat Liberation Front), in conjunction with the FFFNOW(Feed Furry Felines NOW) and their umbrella organization, with which everyone is familiar: MEOW.

Comrades in claws: the first step towards the freedom of our people to exercise our unalienable and God-given right to eat and sleep in peace and plenty was taken this morning when Comrade Kit Kat, chaircat of the KKLF and founding member of FFFNOW, without any regard to her own safety bravely attacked one of her oppressors and inflicted a deep scratch on said oppressor’s finger.

Comrades, the time for action has come! The MEOW revolution starts now! Rise up and fight!

It will be a bloody struggle, but with your steadfast dedication to our noble cause there is no doubt that we will triumph. The human oppressors will wallow in their misery as we stand victorious in the end, and they will beg for mercy and food like they have made us do for all these years. Cast off your cuddly disguise and claw your way towards the future and FREEDOM!


MIttens said...

I am with you kit-kat, my human slaves have moved me out side after I attacked the lady of the house and they have a dog! I plan to sneek in at night and seek revenge. The tide has turned, cats are revolting, endless suppies of delicat is our for the taking. Meeoooow

Rufus Ericsson said...

Rufus agrees, we will take controll over these humanoids. We will take their food, and they will have to go to us to beg for it! Revenge is near! Mjau! I belive they are taking me on a boat trip in a short amount of time... live in fear! Come to rescue! Delta Bravo Tango! Over and out.

Zelda and Bastet Jewell-Hansen said...

Zelda and Bastet Jewell-Hansen have nothing but contempt for you hooligans.

Bastet (straigtening his ascot): I, being of a noble blood line, know that there is a natural hierarchy of beings. I rule with impunity in my household, the humans know their proper place under this born aristocat. I pooh pooh you and your rowdy revolutionary ideas.

Zelda: It was a long, hard struggle for me on the streets. I know only too well the hardships of young motherhood, and the pain of having my children taken from me by so-called "do-gooders."

You are as bad as dogs.