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I just took this test called "What's Your Cat's True Identity" and thought it was pretty funny.

If this is in the wrong place I apologise and pls feel free to move it.

Here is the link:

http://www.emode.com/emode/tests/cat_files.jsp

This is what my cat Ella got:

Former Incarnation: Mickey Mouse

Aliases: Hyper Harry, Sparky, Jumpster, Fiesta, Sporto, Air Jordan, Squeaker

Description: Subject has not been spotted being motionless for more than a millisecond. Clear identification of the subject's appearance is difficult due to its quick moves and escape tactics. Subject is former star player of the Feline Soccer League. May have mild case of Attention Deficit Disorder, and prefers its music and videos played in fast-forward. Is avid jogger. Subject has a talent for taking everyday household items and transforming them into athletic equipment. Reads feline sports magazines such as Cat Sports."
 

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Snuggles was Al Capone


Former Incarnation: Al Capone

Aliases: Biggie, Mugsy, Vinny, Chunko, Bunto, Killer,Claws, The Predator, Meanie, Feathers

Description: Subject is known murderer, and has taste for the blood of birds and small rodents. Although known for rough behavior, subject always remains well groomed and wearing immaculately tailored coat. Fur may be illegally imported from Italy. Probably has scars. Runs catnip ring, and extorts cat food from others. May meow with slight Brooklyn accent. Prefers to stay in its own neighborhood, but strays into other areas at night. Fearless defender of the homestead from all invading squirrels or mice. Does not give a hoot about other cats, and will attack just for kicks. Good for a quick cuddle, but do not push this cat too far. Protective eyewear suggested. Ankle injury likely upon meeting subject. Has earned a degree in creative shredding of valuables. Loves gangster movies.
 

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Teehee, this is Zen (quite accurate!)

Former Incarnation: Christopher Columbus

Aliases: Windy, Homer, Vasco, Bosco, Griffy, The Wanderer, Sailor, Soldier, Trek

Description: Subject has been clinically diagnosed with wanderlust. Do not let this cat out of sight, or it is guaranteed to disappear for extended periods. Subject on occassion has been sighted up to five miles from home. Can be lured back with food or shiny coins, but loyalty is short-lived. If kept in cramped space for too long, this cat will go crazy. Naps infrequently and dreams of former life as deckhand on Tahitian schooner. Subject can read maps, but hides this skill from owners for fear of punishment. Prefers traveling alone, unless joined by fellow explorers. Is not very social, unless recounting adventures to eager listeners or planning its next escape from domestic imprisonment. Is good for a snuggle, but only when exhausted at the end of the day. May search for buried treasure in garbage sites. Meows in foreign languages. Probably owns ragged-ear copy of Robinson Catsoe.
 

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This is Hopper.

Former Incarnation: Winnie the Pooh

Aliases: Snooky, Poohsticks, Woozel, Droopy, Munchie, Snugglebuns, Shoo-shoo, Furball

Description: Subject can be identified by its vulnerable and cuddly nature. Subject can generally be found on a lap or in any location that promises snuggling and adoration. When it cannot find a human heating pad to sleep on, it can be spotted sprawled out in awarm, sunny spot. Subject can be needy and demanding. Subject is a member of the new twelve step program, Codependent Cats (CC). It is loyal and will most likely add a light layer of fur to all of your clothes. Has a knack for knitting, kneading, and baking blueberry pies. Meows frequently and happily, and may be caught singing silly songs to itself. Prefers light reading and children's books. Dreams of moving to an amusement park.
 

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Originally posted by soilman

So you all admit you own cats, rather than have cats who are in your lives as "companions." ??
I just knew someone was going to pick on this.

Euphoria's fairly new, soilman, and I'm pretty sure most of the posters in this thread don't feel they "own" their companions.
 

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Originally posted by shewolf

Um, where did I say I owned them?
The thread is called For All Cat Owners. As soon as I saw it, I expected someone to criticize it. I felt like "warning" Euphoria, but I guess I naively hoped no one would be rude about it. I did purposely avoid posting in this thread before, because I don't feel that I own Krava. I am her caretaker and companion.
 

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I took the test for Cody and Heather and even though they are very different, they got the same result. I can't see it for him, but I definitely can for her.

Former Incarnation: Audrey Hepburn

Aliases: Princess, Jewels, Cutsie, Poopsie, Precious, Little Boots, Minnie, Boo-Boo

Description: Subject has uncanny sense for luxury, and has been known to act in a snobbish or pretentious manner. Is demanding. Is often seen with other cats of the same status group, perhaps wearing expensive collars. Is convinced that it deserves a high standard of living. Not dangerous, although can get carried away during playtime. Naps lightly. Bats daintily. Subject can be easily persuaded with gourmet food and expensive toys. Often is good for a cuddle or a hug,this cat makes a fine companion. Tends to meow in a refined kitty accent that may sound comical to other, less polished cats. In spare time, often reads cat fashion magazines, such as This Kitty, Cat Health, and Cat and Country".
 

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Soilman - I don't think I own Ella, but I couldn't think of any other way to title this thread. I really didn't think anyone would be so petty to kick up a fuss. I've never thought I've owned any of my pets. They're my furry, cuddly friends
Ella is my only pet that lives with me though (the others live at my parent's house). You know I travel an extra 25kms a day just so I can go home and have lunch with her. She misses me


So don't ever preach to me about pet companionship or any other animal rights issue, at least not until you know me and my viewpoints!
 

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My mum's cat (sorry, the cat that lives with my mum), Max-a-Million, got the following. IT's like him in some aspects, but not others. He's such a snob and only ever does what he wants and hates strangers being in HIS house, including the dogs


Former Incarnation: James Dean

Aliases: Coolio, Slick, Dude, Studmuffin, Kitty cool, The Cat, Winkster, Tail, Strutter, Ice, Hipster

Description: Subject has been known to act in a brooding or pensive manner. Often seen alone or hanging out with a rough crowd. Subject may be dangerous if provoked into embarrassing situations such as chasing yarn balls, or having to be too cute. Although good for a cuddle every once in a while, this cat is basically a loner. Naps occasionally. Values independence and freedom at all costs. Has been known to pursue a romance on occasion, but mostly prefers to remain unattached. May have a nasty catnip habit. Mumbles its meows. Tends to read existential cat literature, such as Catness and Being, The Cat as Will and Representation, etc.
 

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Webster got Al Capone!

I always imagined him being like a mobster if he was human!

I dont own my cat... We are just good friends!! Best friends!!

He hates collars, so he doesnt wear them.. I like them so i wear his as a braclet!!

Danny
 

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Wow.. this one describes Maple perfectly.

Former Incarnation: Jabba the Hut

Aliases: Fatso, Lardass, Bluto, The Fridge, Tubby, Blob, Garfield, Chubmeister, Lazybones, Weasy

Description: Subject is totally lazy. Will eat anything insight, as long as doing so does not require a great deal of movement. Subject has predilection for soft and comfortable lounging places, preferably in the sunshine. During obligatory movement, may exhibit lateral wobbling motion or tendency to waddle. To avoid injury, do notstand in its way while subject is running. Eyes tend to be a bit dull and unfocused, unless the subject of conversation is food or rest. In such cases, a peculiar focus dominates the gaze. Is not a great conversationalist, although has been known to talk for hours with friends about culinary discoveries found in the trash. Most people confuse this cat's frequent burps for meows. Prefers television to reading. Dreams of training a mouse to become its butler.
 
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