By Anonymous - 07/04/2011 07:11 - United Kingdom
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1 - I agree with you. Poor kitty. Meanwhile, the rest of you who said you'd enjoy that are assholes. Literal death isn't something you wish upon anything. You never know what you had before it's gone. Also, even if you don't like how cats act, they're fugging cute, and I'm pretty sure none of you would like to scrape a dead cat off your lawn. In conclusion, if that were your pet, you'd be bawling like there's no tomorrow. Good DAY sir!
Shame, but it could have been worse. The cat could have dragged itself onto your bed and you could have woken up looking at your dead cat. At least you had a good start. Grab your shovel. Time to start diggin.
Should this not be written "my cat dead on the lawn" rather than "my dead cat on the lawn"? It implies OPs cat was already dead therefore, YDI for leaving it on the lawn.
It is possible that it was worded correctly AND op didn't leave the cat on the lawn: If op had buried said cat under her lawn, then an animal or a crazy person decided to dig up the grave, the cat would have been on the lawn in the morning. However this scenario is very unlikely 0.o