Dosing cats with Uncle Sam


19 Responses to “Dosing cats with Uncle Sam”

  1. wrybread says:

    I’m feeling thoroughly guilty for laughing so hard at that.

  2. retepslluerb says:

    Little did they know that the cat didn’t react at all!  

    It was the mice that gained superpowers, including invulnerability, super strength and whiskers that gave high-voltage shocks.

    The cat reacted accordingly.

  3. planettom says:

    Monty Python’s Confuse-A-Cat:

  4. Listener43 says:

    Hadn’t they ever heard of catnip? Bloody waste of money if you ask me.

  5. lknope says:

    And until we open the box, the cat is both afraid and unafraid of mice.

  6. fredh says:

    Remember what the dormice said.

  7. edthehippie says:

    hmmmpphhhhh !!!! cat nip for cats , people nip for people !!!!

    play !!! every domesticated kittie knows , food comes from cans and bags ,

    mousies are for play !!!

  8. muskox17 says:

    Really?  Then maybe it’d be worth someone’s time to do a Tuskegee syphilis experiment/olde tyme music mashup for everyone to guiltily laugh at too.   Yay, science.

  9. I assume this is BZ gas, which didn’t turn out to be as useful as the narrator is hoping.

  10. teapot says:

    …Now with people!

    Man this makes me wanna take a trip.

  11. Sirkowski says:

    This research was funded by shadowy international rodent bankers.

  12. russ says:

    Do yourself a favor, go find “Bad Trip to Edgewood”  .  It’s this same subject matter, but on human military volunteers.  Originally a BBC docu, It’s was reworked for an AMC “Investigative Reports” with Bill Curtis  episode.   It’s forbidden from the airwaves now, but long ago, a realaudio rip was made.  There’s the BBC version, but the audio is bad. 

  13. Cowicide says:

    Just give it to the enemy?  Maybe we should give acid to the entire human race to end all wars?

  14. snagglepuss says:

    So, the cat thinks it’s become an elephant ?

  15. Guest says:

    I remember going through basic training with the army. they showed us a film where they gave a goat nerve agent and then give it atropine as an antidote. The screen goes dark. That’s when we all yelled “get a new goat.” and lo and behold, the goat was cured!

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