Cats are carnivores. As in, they eat meat. With the exception of the occasional feline salad to create some vomiting good times, they really don't care about the vegetation. Like our friend, the honey badger, cats just don't give a shit.
To prove this, we've found a new series of Japanese videos that illustrates just how uninterested cats are in fruit.
Labor Day's come and gone, and with it we bid farewell to the luscious summer fruits. But kitty doesn't care that watermelon season's over. Watermelons don't even make good beds.
This pineapple might rock, if it were tall enough to hide kitty so he can be stealthy and kill some real food. Like a hamster.
Cantaloupe? Yeah, more like cantacare less. Go ahead and mash our feet. We don't care. We were just going to lay here for the next 13 hours, anyway.
Do we dare to eat a peach? We're more likely to wear white flannel trousers when we walk upon the beach.
No, adding a plum doesn't make it more appealing. Orange you glad you had us declawed so we can't scratch out your throat while you sleep?
Plum ridiculous, we tell you.
Ramen bowl? Not unless it's full of shrimp.
Sadly, all this non-meat has confused one of the poor carnivores, who can't even remember what to do when faced with a tiny live crab in a bowl. Heartbreaking. And cute!
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