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By anonymous / Friday 21 May 2010 17:26 / United States
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By  TiffanyBlews27  |  0

I accidentally ran over a cat once. It was a snow white cat. I heard it's bones crunch, and when I looked back to assess the damage, the snow white cat walked away. Still snow white. No blood, no limp. Like I never ran it over. I like to call it "The Ghost Cat".

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  goldenone  |  2

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  rosadavis  |  0

I swerved to miss a car and landed up in a ditch... at least you didn't have to pay for a tow truck, you're just left with a memory that's going to haunt you for the rest of your life lol

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  seanreddog  |  4

Hey i'm on such good terms with their species I can talk about them however I want and they won't get mad. if we ever go to war with the dogs I have to defend them.

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  groovis  |  2

This is, without equal, the first entry that truly and completely embodies the expression FML. I have total empathy for you and the only consolation is that the cat had already met its end.

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  sirfuzzitoes  |  0

get over it. the only cats that don't suck are big cats, like cheetahs, lions, and tigers. you should be mad you weren't the one who ran it over in the first place... you missed out on 1000 points.

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  ladiesman14  |  0

i would tell myself someone lost a blanket on the road and/or i ran over a bag of CHIPS. also i tell myself that animals are always taking naps on the road too. SPLAT HAPPENS. sorry.

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  ilikeyouuu  |  0

82- Have you seen the kids movie, Cats and Dogs? It is about cats and dogs going to war with eachother. I watch it with my kids. It's actually a good and funny movie. :)

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

Seriously? You have been blessed. OP, that's horrible and all but it was DEAD! If you cracked open the skull of a live cat, I'd understand being haunted. F the L of the cat owner who found the mangled corpse of his/her cat in the street.

By  TiffanyBlews27  |  0

I accidentally ran over a cat once. It was a snow white cat. I heard it's bones crunch, and when I looked back to assess the damage, the snow white cat walked away. Still snow white. No blood, no limp. Like I never ran it over. I like to call it "The Ghost Cat".

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  soleilkitty  |  0

60: Thank you :) 92: That's not the point. It's called respect for the dead. That cat was someone's best friend. How would you feel if someone hit your best friend with a car and ran over their skull without a care? Just because they don't speak English doesn't mean they don't deserve the same decency.

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