Pegging out, voting with calm ejection

Received from Gurglars
Tue, 7 Jun 2016 at 7:29 a.m.

Subject: How to get rid of the cat problem on the peninsula

Peg them to a clothesline near you!

### Stuff.co.nz Last updated 11:01, June 5 2016
Christchurch vet nurse keeps cats calm using pegs video
When Chrissy​ MacPherson clips a few pegs onto the back of a cat’s neck, most of her clients whip out their cameras in amazement. The Mobile Vet nurse has been pegging cats to calm them down for six years. She started using the method to ease the nerves of her furry clients.
Read more + Video [must watch]

The J Koons Precedent

Caterwauling Cull from the Peninsula when overseas on the odd junket, slips into a Jeff Koons show, learning how to be tranquil and sedate, should the worst happen: being voted OUT in October. Preparedness for destructive old cats.

S N A P S

Cat on a Clothesline - by Jeff Koons, 1994-2001 [artattackapp.wordpress.com] tweak

Cat on a Clothes Line - by Jeff Koons (im-a-temporary-exhibition) Frieze Art Fair London [napsugarzas.wordpress.com] col tweak2

3D printers are programmed to make supersize clothes pegs for all reprobates at DCC.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

Election Year. This post is offered in the public interest.

*Images: Cat on a Clothesline – by Jeff Koons
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One response to “Pegging out, voting with calm ejection

  1. ab

    Thinks: “Another night with Peggy Day, then another day with Peggy Night. Still, you get around on a Hill’s Hoist”.

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