We now have evidence that photobombing is not a man-made construct. It is natural. It is animalistic. Humans, like all beasts, have the urge to eat, reproduce and photobomb.
"Oh, sorry? You thought you owned this house? Ha ha. That's cute. Very cute."
This is the ultimate power move. Nobody's going to mess with that cat ever again now that they know what it's capable of. Not the other cat. Not the humans. Nobody.
Good on him for thinking outside of the box! This kind of creativity should be rewarded, not punished. He'll go far in life!
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He knows what he did to deserve this punishment. We don't need to rehash it here. His punishment is shame enough.
Whoa. This duck must be wasted. He can't even walk in a straight line. Damn drunk ducks!
He's just making sure all of the car is clean! Good boy! Way to look out for your owner's wellbeing and happiness!
"He keeps on screaming 'mush' at us. What should we do?"
"Let's ditch him!"
When you gotta go, you gotta go. It doesn't matter where. At least his owner doesn't have to pick it up with a plastic bag?
Sanitary! You never realize how much of a germaphobe you are until you see something like this. His butt is on that too, right?
"There are more of us than there are of you. Want to try something? We will crush you just like we crushed your silly human shelters."
This is what happens when James Bond villains reincarnate as cats. He's trying to take over the world using a laser. He's no longer human, so this is the best he could do.
Some crimes are worth the punishment. Just the rush of doing something wrong! It's the biggest high in the world.
Are we witnessing a murder right now? Does this make us somehow an accomplice? Should we report this?