I have an idea for a hydraulically cooled cat bed. It uses tubes of water and a compressor refrigerator to create an always-cool platform for cat napping.
I have an idea for a romance novel called “Passion in the Kitty Litter Aisle”.
I have an idea for a motivational poster.
I have an idea to name my cat Comic Sans.
The next time you need to select one person at random from a group, try my new method: Pick Names From A Cat.
Write down all the names on pieces of paper. Feed the paper to a cat. Then shake the cat up. The first name the cat spits up is the lucky winner.
I have an idea for Cat Cab. It is a taxi driven by a lovable calico named Shannon. She asks you questions and you win Fancy Feast.
I have an idea for The Legend of the Cat that was Also a Camera. See it’s about a house cat that takes pictures every time she yawns. Then polaroids come out of her butt. When she licks herself, it turns out sepia.
I have an idea for a Cat Picture Day. That’s when all the kids in school bring in their cats, and take photos in front of a backdrop. Then they make wallet sized prints so mom can show off her grandkittens.
I have an idea for a song called “If I Was a Cat”.
Here’s how the lyrics will go:
If I was a cat
my fuzzy tail and ears
would be my best friends
I’d sleep atop the fridge
and when I want you to pet my belly
I would roll on the floor.
If the inventor of graham crackers really wanted them to suppress your ungodly urges, he should have made them taste like cat urine.
I have an idea for a game show called “America’s Next Top Kitten”.
If you are playing a song on the guitar and the solo is too hard for you to play, you can just sing it like a cat instead. Like “meow meow meow”.
I have an idea for a book called Watch Out Cat!
It is a picture book with photos of cats in trees who are scared of dogs who are on the ground barking at them.
My friend Maggie has a cat named Xero. She loves her cat Xero. I have an idea that she should go on one of those tattoo tv shows like on TLC and get a tribute tattoo to Xero. It’ll be a black and white portrait of the cat, and Maggie will do an interview for the camera about what it means to her and how much she loves Xero.