Catfight keeps Camberwellians awake

A vicious catfight woke a multitude of hard-working Camberwellians that had to go to work the next day and contribute to the betterment of Australia through their taxes and paying for overpriced coffees to get them through their boring, meaningless existence. The hissyfit broke the “loud enough to wake me up” decibel level, but no […]

A vicious catfight woke a multitude of hard-working Camberwellians that had to go to work the next day and contribute to the betterment of Australia through their taxes and paying for overpriced coffees to get them through their boring, meaningless existence.

The hissyfit broke the “loud enough to wake me up” decibel level, but no one can say for sure what exactly caused the feline altercation because it was too dark and no one wanted to get into their dressing gown, go outside and find out.

However, the general consensus is the battle ensued due to temper tantrums over going into another cat’s patch or a jealous rage between two male cats over a hot feline.

The brutal confrontation lasted more than 30 minutes and was a bloody no holds barred affair involving all the tactics deployed when newly-weds have their first barney. Claws were bared, there was biting and general below the belt rough and tumble.

 

1 comments

  1. Jeremy Carleton 10 months ago

    I feel for you, I truly do !!! On the aforementioned night I, too, was awoken from my precious slumber by that awful “caterwauling from Hell”. My lord, what a racket! Believe me, as a well-respected Camberwell citizen, I’m not accustomed to having my nocturnal activities interrupted. If Madam T. Widdles had any balls (and I’m not suggesting she does) she would investigate this matter and put an end to Camberwell’s pesky pussies !!! This suburb is teetering on the brink… as am I.

    Yours faithfully,
    Cedric Smyth-Plumpton

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