Not Tunch by John Cole| October 23, 20089:33 am| 19 CommentsThis post is in: Cat BloggingFacebookTweetEmailApparently there are some Tunch imitators out there. Here are two of them: I suppose you think they are fat, too.
Oh my god, doppleganger!
Which one do I shoot?!
Wow, the one in the pot REALLY looks like Tunch. Has he (or you) recovered from the merciless teasing of yesterday?
The Other Steve
Devil Cat! That first cat has horns.
jake 4 that 1
Please don’t ask me why, but a cat in a container that is 3 sizes too small is high on my list of ROFL-worthy things.
I think it is the look of defiance and annoyance. "Damn it, this thing will grow to fit me and it will become comfortable and I’m not moving until it does! Quit laughing Monkey Boy!"
Not as fat as Tunch.
Is the lower cat albino?
I get to watch that routine every time I buy a book or CD from Amazon. The cats love the boxes. Only one of them is small enough to fit, but it’s the other cat that loves to be in them.
They’re not fat, they’re big boned, goddammit!
Stuck in the Funhouse
Comrade Nixon Hailfire Palin
That and the butt sagging over the edge. "What’r you lookin’ at, skinface?"
We prefer the phrase "full figured." My Flora is 15.5 pounds of gorgeous feline pulchritude.
How many critters you got running around over there anyway?
Stuck in the Funhouse beat me to it… plump kitties are wonderful, snuggleable things!
jake 4 that 1
The correct term was coined yesterday by one of you smart asses: Too Big to Fail.
It may be shortened to 2B2F. Please update your Internet Traditions manuals.
The Moar You Know
Extra-large, no question. They (and Tunch) are adorable.
So you can put up a picture of a cat in a bowl but not the picture of my dog in a bowl? That’s messed…
Tunch is the spitting image of my wife’s late cat Boobie (oo as in ‘book’, not ‘food’), right down to the spot on his nose.
Boobie was also a big cat. Not just fat, BIG Probably the biggest cat I ever met. No pics, sorry. You’ll just have to take my word for it.
I have a gargantuboy as well – berXerxes is the largest cat I’ve ever known. He’s busily working out how to open doors these days, because he 1) easily reaches the doorknobs without stretching and 2) is convinced that Cat Nirvana hides behind every closed door. He’s 3 and still skinny as a rail at just shy of 15 lbs. I can easily see 18 in his complacent middle age.
Every time we go to the vet, Dr. B says "I thought we neutered him." and lifts his tail.
Good-sized, to be sure, but that Tunch? Wow. Does that cat meow or oink?
How to tell a cat from a meatloaf, by B. Kliban.
Er. Quite furry and big-boned.
But not fat.