Leave it: Demon catsPosted: February 27, 2015
I’ve been waiting to get a pet for a long time now. I had even a deposit on a black pug but learned how the breed wasn’t able to run for long or else I would have to carry it. I even looked at cute pug clothes and pug slings to carry my new baby pug. However, knowing that I’m moving in May I decided to wait till I got a backyard for a more active puppy.
Recently a friend asked if I wanted a cat. I was like, “Perfect, I don’t have to be home the first month and I can just pet it and love it and make sure it doesn’t go outside!” Then I saw the cat – it had a demonic voice.
Just like these!
I just kept thinking of how that sound would wake me up at night and all these evil spirits would pour into my home. I already have had to eat differently just so I can be around cats, now I’m going to have to do weekly spiritual cleanings? (My mom would probably recommend that I do that anyways.) The noise sounds too dramatic for me.
However! Look at how cute pugs are when they get mad!
Awww, sweet baby just wants to go out and play! Look at his sweet heart eyes! So cute just playing on the patio! I can’t deal with this. So cute.
This pug sounds pretty upset but still! That tail is curled up and ready to bounce. Even his mommy can pick him up and worry the pug is going to give a demonic spirit curse.
Now this upsets me because they are trying to take that pug’s ball away! Omg, mama that’s so messed up, how you gonna give baby a ball then make daddy try to take it away. Oh, I’d be so mad too. I’m glad that Zoe pug has the other pugs back and stepping up to make sure the ball is secure.
In conclusion, pugs > cats.
I am still not sure what kind of puppy I’ll be getting when May comes around.