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Comedian Creates Funny Adoption Profiles For Shelter Cats

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Delores likes staring out the window and dislikes the warlock’s curse that turned her into a cat. Troy like lots of cuddles and dislikes the word “colonel.” These are just a couple of the hilarious adoption profiles a California comedian created for the cats at his local shelter.

Jeff Wysaski often leaves humorous signs in public places to get a laugh. (Check out his Obvious Plant Facebook and Instagram accounts.) Last week, Wysaski used his comedic talents to help cats at the Sante D’Or Foundation in Los Angeles get adopted. The profiles are made up, but the cats are all real and need loving homes.

1. Sylvia

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Sylvia is very particular about the use of the word “cats.”

2. Zeta

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She’ll reconsider her stance on ghosts if the ghosts give her belly rubs.

3. Guinevere

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Finally! A cat to play Mario Kart with!

4. Choccy

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Does it still count if the band formed in the 90s but is still around today? Serious question.

5. Camille

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Stop bragging about how funny your fart jokes are. You sound like a blow-hard.

6. Mishka

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Mishka is all about business formal attire.

7. Delores

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Any witches out there who can help Delores turn back into her human form?

8. Gus

Gus has strong feelings about badminton.

9. Honey

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Honey looks like she more than likes catnip.

For more (real) information on these cats, contact Sante D’Or Foundation at 323-898-8889, or to make a donation, visit Santedor.org.


By: Stephanie Brown