kitties vs kiddies
A recent Huffington Post article shows tons of videos of lol cats attacking defenseless, innocent toddlers. Parents seeking fame and recognition in most cases refuse to intervene, allowing their children to be assaulted.
The curtain of laughter is most often the method used for these neglectful parents to live with their own behavior. The fact that they film the incidents only adds insult to injury. It’s one thing if they were too slow to respond. in such cases, one could almost forgive these parents and guardians in question for such “accidents”, and then to just stand there with the cameras still pointing–is unacceptable. We must demand justice.
Disclaimer: Lol Cat Research and the Hip Tot Music Fest are closely affiliated. You must know that demanding justice for infants and cats goes above all else.
Disclaimer #2: neither this blog or the Hip Tot has any affiliation or sponsorship deal of any sort with the Huffington Post, they just think that their animal videos are awesome.
lol cats attacking kids is wrong we say
Although top-notch journalism has brought LCR to the forefront of groundbreaking cultural pet entertainment, you should not take any of these words at face value. You should watch the freak video yourself and when a commercial comes on, you should turn down the volume, wait till it passes, and then turn the volume up to see the next video involving cats bullying dogs, cats knocking sh*t over, and more!
Peep it yo:
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