Incorrect cat labelling

This is an example of incorrect cat labelling:

This kind of japery might be considered amusing by some, but it puts at risk the health and safety of all those who load or handle cats for a living. They’re not laughing, I assure you.

Remember – make sure your cats are correctly labelled.

6 thoughts on “Incorrect cat labelling”

      1. A 27kg cat would be either
        1. grossly obese and at risk of immediate expiration
        2. a misidentified leopard and hence a potential “being eaten by” hazard
        3. some wierd GE experiment to produce a hyper furry animal

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