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   More proof cats are better pets than dogs: a dog may guard your house, but a cat will help you break out of prison

05 Jan 2013 03:46 PM   |   6148 clicks   |   BBC
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vpb    [TotalFark]  
Pussies can carry quite a bit of cargo.

05 Jan 2013 12:06 PM
MaudlinMutantMollusk    [TotalFark]  
"It's tough to find out who's responsible for the action as the cat doesn't speak."

The man has a mind like a steel trap

05 Jan 2013 12:28 PM
Sybarite    [TotalFark]  
Sure they'll help you, for a price. And let me tell you, you don't want any part of that barbed penis.

05 Jan 2013 12:58 PM
some_beer_drinker    [TotalFark]  

Sybarite: Sure they'll help you, for a price. And let me tell you, you don't want any part of that barbed penis.


don't even bring the penis into this, it's about the pussy.

05 Jan 2013 01:04 PM
ecmoRandomNumbers    [TotalFark]  
FTFA:

A prison spokesperson was quoted by local paper Estado de S. Paulo as saying: "It's tough to find out who's responsible for the action as the cat doesn't speak."

Classic journalism there, folks.

05 Jan 2013 01:15 PM
Apos     
Meh....I'd expected a bigger cat-astrophe.

05 Jan 2013 01:35 PM
vpb    [TotalFark]  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: "It's tough to find out who's responsible for the action as the cat doesn't speak."

The man has a mind like a steel trap


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05 Jan 2013 01:58 PM
brap    [TotalFark]  
Taping the contraband to the cat was stupid.  They should have used a waistpack, then everyone would have thought the cat was just another tourist.

05 Jan 2013 03:21 PM
Mr. Fuzzypaws    [TotalFark]  
Team Cats!

05 Jan 2013 03:30 PM
SnyderCat     

vpb: Pussies can carry quite a bit of cargo.


really depends on the pussy and how much carrying experience it has.

05 Jan 2013 03:48 PM
odenen    [TotalFark]  
Dogs are babe magnets.

05 Jan 2013 03:50 PM
skinink     

"A prison spokesperson was quoted by local paper Estado de S. Paulo as saying: "It's tough to find out who's responsible for the action as the cat doesn't speak.""

"Who told you to sneak in the drill bits, meow?"



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05 Jan 2013 03:51 PM
Ivo Shandor    [TotalFark]  
Has anyone submitted this to stuffonmycat.com yet?

05 Jan 2013 03:52 PM
PaLarkin     
I could be wrong, but I'm guessing Mrs. Slocombe would not approve.

05 Jan 2013 03:56 PM
Cornelius Dribble     
No Caturday tag?

05 Jan 2013 04:00 PM
mjjt     
Well this one would be helpful

Link

05 Jan 2013 04:00 PM
Kriggerel     
The Earl of Southampton frowns at these feline shenanigans.

05 Jan 2013 04:02 PM
kareninsf     

vpb: MaudlinMutantMollusk: "It's tough to find out who's responsible for the action as the cat doesn't speak."

The man has a mind like a steel trap


+1

05 Jan 2013 04:06 PM
ProdigalSigh     
FTA: The cat was taken to a local animal centre. The jail holds some 263 prisoners.

Classic misdirection, note they don't tell you how many prisoners are in the animal shelter, where the real breakout will occur.

05 Jan 2013 04:10 PM
Mad_Radhu     
I knew it wouldn't end well when Lord Tubbington joined a gang.

05 Jan 2013 04:36 PM
KrispyKritter     

Ivo Shandor: Has anyone submitted this to stuffonmycat.com yet?


Farkers lurk only the finest sites. For this I am thankful.

/ +1 Ivo Shandor

05 Jan 2013 04:46 PM
hsburns30     
A cat will help you break out of jail only because it wants you to feed it.

05 Jan 2013 04:53 PM
Chinchillazilla     

hsburns30: A cat will help you break out of jail only because it wants you to feed it.


Mine would break me out because the only comfortable place for him to sleep is on my neck. I don't know how he manages when I'm not here for him to strangle.

05 Jan 2013 04:57 PM
i upped my meds-up yours     

odenen: Dogs are babe magnets.


True. Women want to know you can be the boss and clean up the shiat.

05 Jan 2013 05:04 PM
DownDaRiver     
Well, if I had to pick between a cat or a dog as to which one would collaborate with criminals to bring contaband into a prison which ultimatly makes a prison guards job more difficult and dangerous.

Yep, it would be a cat.

Dogs are cool and they do not like bad people.

05 Jan 2013 05:23 PM
SpiderQueenDemon     
I could see my cats doing this. I have one cat who's harness-trained to pull a cord for Cat5e cable through dropped ceilings. They are trainable and can be persuaded to help in many useful tasks, especially in an IT environment. In fact, Babbage and Tesla, the office cats, recently detected and isolated an out-of-spec mouse in the cubicle farm, deactivated it and brought it to the attention (and shoes,) of our Perl expert, purring loudly. They've also handled several bugs since we brought them in, including a spectacularly annoying moth which Tesla ate half of before depositing the remains in my inbox.

Office cats, every workplace should have them.

05 Jan 2013 05:27 PM
Enemabag Jones     
"It's tough to find out who's responsible for the action as the cat doesn't speak."

It does speak, but will not respond to questions other then: let me inside, I am hungry, or give me attention.

05 Jan 2013 05:39 PM
fishingthesky     
How long do we have to wait before we can have a conversation about cat regulations, Republicans? One jailbreak? Two? Ten? What's the magic number here?

05 Jan 2013 05:55 PM
rev. dave     
That cat was dead.

As they were pulling the tape off it, no movement.

05 Jan 2013 06:04 PM
daisiem     

rev. dave: That cat was dead.

As they were pulling the tape off it, no movement.


In my imaginary world of unicorns and rainbows, that the cat was just tranquilized.

05 Jan 2013 06:09 PM
kitrykatze     
obviously an inexperienced cat burglar.

05 Jan 2013 07:44 PM
Soymilk     
Well the cat could *try* to get you out of prison. This one didn't quite manage it.

05 Jan 2013 07:53 PM
Sliding Carp    [TotalFark]  
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The cat was cool.

05 Jan 2013 09:46 PM
WonderStuff     

SpiderQueenDemon: I could see my cats doing this. I have one cat who's harness-trained to pull a cord for Cat5e cable through dropped ceilings. They are trainable and can be persuaded to help in many useful tasks, especially in an IT environment. In fact, Babbage and Tesla, the office cats, recently detected and isolated an out-of-spec mouse in the cubicle farm, deactivated it and brought it to the attention (and shoes,) of our Perl expert, purring loudly. They've also handled several bugs since we brought them in, including a spectacularly annoying moth which Tesla ate half of before depositing the remains in my inbox.

Office cats, every workplace should have them.


My jealousy knows no bounds.

05 Jan 2013 11:28 PM
w00ty     
cats will leave you to die, man's best friend wouldn't

06 Jan 2013 12:03 AM
i upped my meds-up yours     
Most all cat hate goes back to the hatred of women, hedonists, and nonconformists. Cat haters are Puritans at heart: they're disgusted by anything that lives in peace unearned through misery.

06 Jan 2013 12:13 AM
ThePastafarian     

i upped my meds-up yours: Most all cat hate goes back to the hatred of women, hedonists, and nonconformists. Cat haters are Puritans at heart: they're disgusted by anything that lives in peace unearned through misery.


Not to mention that tyrants are typically notorious cat haters.

06 Jan 2013 01:04 AM
GittindeKitchen     
He never said a mumbling word.

06 Jan 2013 04:12 AM
Crotchrocket Slim     

vpb: Pussies can carry quite a bit of cargo.


If that isn't a set up for a "yeah, your mom's held several of my loads last night" comment, I don't know what is.

06 Jan 2013 08:17 AM
Ohlookabutterfly     

i upped my meds-up yours: Most all cat hate goes back to the hatred of women, hedonists, and nonconformists. Cat haters are Puritans at heart: they're disgusted by anything that lives in peace unearned through misery.


In the words of Heinlein, our status in heaven depends on how we treat cats here on earth.

/ yes I know he was an aethiest.

06 Jan 2013 10:41 AM
L33t Squirrel     

SpiderQueenDemon: I could see my cats doing this. I have one cat who's harness-trained to pull a cord for Cat5e cable through dropped ceilings. They are trainable and can be persuaded to help in many useful tasks, especially in an IT environment. In fact, Babbage and Tesla, the office cats, recently detected and isolated an out-of-spec mouse in the cubicle farm, deactivated it and brought it to the attention (and shoes,) of our Perl expert, purring loudly. They've also handled several bugs since we brought them in, including a spectacularly annoying moth which Tesla ate half of before depositing the remains in my inbox.

Office cats, every workplace should have them.


Very true. My dad coded for a small resort isle in the Delta area back in the late 80s that had several office cats because there was a bad problem with mice. Little bastards would run right across the desk while you were sitting at it, no fear at all. Dad eventually bought a mini-nightstick of sorts with which he'd club and stun any mice bold enough to pull that stunt and gave them to the cats, who reeeeally enjoyed those toys! IIRC, they also had a minor roach problem, which the cats also helped mediate.

/mine brings me birds and dragonflies
//how a bright white cat manages that I'm not sure
///probably has a sniper rifle stashed somewhere

06 Jan 2013 05:37 PM
nmemkha     
Cats can be used to help prisoners escape.

Clearly, a total ban with draconian penalties for non-compliance is the only sensible answer.

07 Jan 2013 10:33 AM
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