Butthole-Less Kitty Needs Your Help to Live

Sometimes if it clucks like a duck, it’s not a duck, because sometimes a cluck is a cat, as in Cluck the Cat.

Cluck the Cat found herself on the fortunate end of a rescue story that began on the mean streets of Los Angeles.  The stray cat was found with her mother and a litter of brothers and sisters by the rescuue shelter, Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward cats.

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The folks of Kitty (as I’m now calling them) took in Cluck the Cat, which was not a duck, or, for that matter a chicken (it’s chickens that cluck and ducks that quack, I think).

When Cluck was rescued she was all of 10 days old.  The staff was becoming familiar with the litter of kitties and, for the first few days there was nothing that stodd out about Cluck.  We’ve established she was not a duck, nor a chicken, but was, in fact a cat, and, for all appearances, a normal, healthy cat.  BUT…if that was actually the case, Cluck would not be featured in today’s iLulz.  As a matter of fact, I doubt I’d even be writing about Cluck at all (no offense, Cluck).

This is the “but wait there’s more” part of the story.

As the staff got to get to know Cluck, at some point the time to check out the kitties’ private stuff came upon the team of cat rescuers.  On that day, the truth about Cluck was discovered.  Cluck was a kitty that, well, I don’t know how to gently break to this to you…..so…here goes.  Here I am now saying this as plainly can.  Cluck has no butthole.  That’s right, the plucky Cluck, who is not a chicken, or a duck, is, in fact, a buttholess cat.

Now lest you think that’s funny (and shame on you if you do, because yeah!), there’s a little more to this story.  THe people at Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats have started a fundraiser to help pay for Cluck to have a butthole surgically created for her.  You see, while anuses stink, they are actually quite handy to have.  They help us evacuate the body of unwanted solid waste.  Cluck is running out of time before she will die from lack of a butthole.  Right now, she’s feeding on Mama’s milk, so she’s fine, but once she starts eating solids, Cluck is in a world of trouble.

I for one hope this plucky little Cluck, who is not a chicken, or a duck, but a kitten, a kitten without a butthole, gets the help she needs to live a long, happy, butthlole-enabled life.

You can help make my dreams come true by contributing here:  Kitty Needs A Butthole.

 

FROM KITTY BUNGALOW CHARM SCHOOL FOR WAYWARD CATS

 

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