How To Resuscitate A Cat [Pic]

Submitted by: i_rule_you 4 years ago Weird

I don"t know if this works and I don"t want to find out.
There are 36 comments:
Male 842
We under stand you have a cat that flies across the room and lands in a bucket? Does she do it her self? No, I fling her.
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Male 598
"I love the dark humor my friend"

Dark? i saved that baby`s life!



then i let go
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Male 77
Still laughing...
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Female 11
looks like the guy is going to throw kitty into the floor... hope kitty is ok!
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Male 329
That`s what that crazy Russian "Yoga" lady is doing to her baby!
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Male 4,594
imnakdjumpme, I love the dark humor my friend. Nicely done.
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Male 598
"works on schnauzers, too"

and babies...
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Female 4,086
works on schnauzers, too
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Male 4,594
This practice is pmarren tested and approved. The best part is that first you have to drown the cat.

They left out one important step however; you need to slam the goddam cat against the wall a few times as you are swinging it around... this ensures that all the liquid comes out of the cat. If the water looks red, you are doing it right.

Cats = Suck
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Male 5,811
[quote]The cat is pulled around in a circle by its tail and the water`s momentum carries it out of the cat.[/quote]
^this. Often when people say centrifugal force, what they`re really seeing is lack of centripedal force.
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Male 2,416
As long as you have enough room to swing a cat around in...
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Male 14,774
And the force on the tail is called centripetal force.
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Male 14,774
"Ah... but does centrifugal force ACTUALLY exist?!"

The cat is pulled around in a circle by its tail and the water`s momentum carries it out of the cat.
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Female 4,349
bet you dont get many drownded cats, seeing as how they hate water, and can swim...
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Male 2,586
Ah... but does centrifugal force ACTUALLY exist?! Science comic

...and anyone that used wikipedia as a source to prove otherwise is going to get bitch-slapped!!!
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Male 6,737
Ahh so that`s what Pmarrens doing.
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Male 25,416
Gonna have to try this.. even if the cat isnt choking. O thats bad.....
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Male 1,045
Imma go try that.

Nope.
Apparently, a good way to resuscitate a drowning cat is also a pretty good way to kill a non-drowning cat.
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Male 519
Without the caption I would have thought that man misplaced his hammer and the cat was the nearest alternative.
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Male 37,888

I tried that. It would have worked I think if it hadn`t been for the low rafters.
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Male 127
How many downed/drowning cats have you ever heard of? Me? Zero unless placed in a sack with a brick.
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Male 36,410
Hummm, might work.
However, I think far to many cat-haters won`t wait for actual drownings before trying this out...
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Male 260
i wonder how many cats he went through before he figured that one out
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Male 15,832
I better find a cat to practice this.
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Male 1,083
lets see what my vet friends say...
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Female 3,562
Pmarren must love this one.
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Male 206
must have been a lot of drowning cats in monty python and the quest for the holy grail..
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Male 321
*Here kitty-kitty!*
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Male 2,551
Looking down the list again, I misread this as How To Prostitute a cat. no idea why.
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Female 2,674
Well, I`m glad my cat`s an inside cat and hates water... D:
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Female 1
rly u have hold a animals muzzle down and blow in to its nose and if choking hold upside down and give it the Heimlich
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Female 833
can`t do that in my house. there`s not enough room to swing a dead cat.
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Female 494
This is actually true. Horrible picture though... As long as it saves the kitty, right? :/
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Male 2,551
Well, if this doesn`t work, I don`t know what will.
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Male 1,596
Inb4 pmarren etc.
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Female 358
Link: How To Resuscitate A Cat [Pic] [Rate Link] - I don`t know if this works and I don`t want to find out.
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