Hardly anyone reads this blog on Sunday. I don’t take it personally. People have lives, after all. Either they’re busy recovering from Saturday night, or they are engaged in spiritual pursuits, or this is the day to go over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house. So I hereby give you permission to take the day off.
I hope you’ll forgive me for doing the same. Instead of writing something myself today, I thought you’d enjoy a little comic relief in the form of a heartfelt warning straight from my silly yet creative boyfriend’s Facebook page. Take heed. The life you save may be your cat’s.
So, you like Genetically Modifed Organisms ?
Biopharmagenica Inc. has just announced the successful insertion of a tiger gene into young chicks that make them every bit as dangerous as their new-found cousins. In controlled experiments, these “chigers”, as they are now called, viciously attacked young kittens, who were otherwise bound for Facebook fame, and ate them.
Researchers called the experiment a success, noting that the feral cat population is out of control in many urban areas. Auditors report that several of these chigers escaped from their cages by chewing through the locks. Most were recovered.