“Hisss!” “Aaaaaa!” That’s the sound of me getting clawed by a cat. If you want a pet don’t get a cat. Cats are always biting or scratching you, and they hurt. BAD! Me, personally, I had a bad experience with cats, but that’s a whole different story. But I’m going to tell you why cars are so hard. Cats are hard to train. For example, Beverly Williams says, “most cats are much more choosy in who they bestow their adoring gaze on. You cannot readily train cats to obey commands.”
You can’t train cats to do anything. “How do people stand cats?” My friends say... Many people come to school with cat scratches all over them. Sometimes I wonder how you get a cat to the vet. Cats hide and sometimes you can’t get them to come near you.
Peter Muller of Briarcliff Animal Hospital said, “Approximately 40,000 people are bitten by cats in the United State every year. It can be treated very easily with penicillin, but left unchecked especially in the elderly of those with compromised immune system. It can potentially grow underneath the skin, spread throughout your lymph system and in some rare cases lead to death. That’s why it’s always a good idea to see a doctor right away after a cat bite.”
Cats are messy! Trust me! Cats spit hair balls everywhere. I think hair balls are slimy. Cats shed. I hate that! My cat’s hair is all over the place at home. While hair on my black couch! Why? Don’t you wish cats never shed? Well I do!
Now you know all you need to know about not getting a cat. Do you really want to have a pet you can’t even hold or pet? No way! Now take my advice to not get a cat. No more cats. “ Hisssss Aaaaaa!”
Krystal, Guilderland Elementary