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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Meowse MediCATe Catnip Dispensary: Insert party animal joke here

Posted By on Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 4:53 PM

We're not sure if this is legal in Florida – after next week, maybe for medical purposes? – but here it is, perhaps the greatest highdea of all time, or this week anyway: the Meowses MediCATe Catnip Dispensary. Totally paw-some.


Based on the principle that cats love boxes, Meowses (and look, it took me a minute to get it but MEOW + HOUSE = MEOWSE, you're welcome) (they also make a "Milk Bar," which is why it's plural), the Catnip Dispensary is basically a big cardboard box covered with weed and kitteh jokes. I've always found that yes, cats love boxes, but more than that, they love not doing what you want them to do, so I dunno. Maybe they'll hang out in it if you actually fill it with catnip?

Anyway, Meowses are currently seeking funding through Kickstarter (and as of this writing, not doing too well). They've got 20 days left to make their $25,000 goal and if they're successful, prepare for your Facebook feed to fill up with pictures of cat owners blowing bong hits into kitty faces while said kitties are trapped in a Meowse.

Happy National Cat Day, everyone. Never forget that cats rule the Internet and the Internet rules you, so ... well, you do the math.

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