“Don’t Fence Me In”

If cats and octopusses (octopi?) ever form an alliance, we’re all screwed! … or perhaps saved.

It’s my jar and I’ll damn-well come out when I’m good and ready.

Thank you again io9

8 comments on ““Don’t Fence Me In”

  1. Octopi are amazing! I saw a television snippet a few years ago, I think it was in England. An octopus named George was “depressed”. They finally realized he was just bored silly sitting in that damned aquarium! They asked kids to come up with puzzles for George to solve and he LOVED it! They are so intelligent and good problem solvers. Maybe you need a Widderpus.


  2. jannatwrites says:

    That’s pretty cool! I would think being in that tight of a space would be uncomfortable, but the octopus seemed content as long as the window was open… I mean lid left off 🙂


  3. I like the idea of a children’s book starring a cat and octopus. They’re very good friends. One day, one of the octopus’ arms turns into a tail and it grows whiskers. The cat grows suction cups on its paws and top of her head.


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