Cat’s Honor Is Defended When Woman Retaliates On The Kid Who Poured Water On Her Cat By Pouring Entire Bowl Of Water On Him
If someone did something relatively harmless but still mean to your cat, you would surely want to defend your cat’s honor, right? Some people only speak of such things, while others are people of action (especially when it comes to their cats!)
The Internet is the best place for debating. And one debate has got a lot of attention recently, just because it looks like everybody is both right and wrong.
Twitter user Shannoncooperox shared the situation between her and her neighbors. The neighbor’s 10-year-old kid poured a glass of water on her cat without reason, and she got back at him by pouring a whole basin of water on him.
Understandably, the kid’s father was not happy about it and started a fight, unbothered by the woman’s concerns for her beloved cat.
Now, there are two large groups, one siding with the woman and her cat, saying that the kid was not brought up very well and deserved a lesson. The other group claims that she had no right to give lessons to other people’s kids, even on behalf of her cat. Some people believe that everyone is to blame.
The situation got strange when Shannon explained that her neighbor’s kid is in fact 13, but “looks 10.” She also stated that the kid and his father were amused with what happened later on and gave some hints that they are actually friends.
Shannon wrote about how she poured water over her neighbor’s youngster because he threw water on her kitty
This is the cat in question:
This post got a lot of attention on the Internet. Over 578k people liked her post, more than 70.2k retweeted it, and the numbers are constantly increasing. She later wrote that because of the attention, she’s been getting a lot of direct messages, and man inappropriate photos.
It doesn’t matter what people think of her actions – such reactions are just unacceptable, or as she put it: “Wtf is wrong with people I don’t wanna see that [crap].” This story has drawn a lot of issues out of the closet- good parenting and how to be a good neighbor…