Kitten Cited for Cliché String Playing
After the county passed a “no clichés” ordinance last Spring, many local policy analysts called the measure “unnecessary” and “a waste of time.” The general consensus was that so-called “public displays of cliché behavior” were too few and far in between for a law on the books.
Now a local kitten has been cited for the first violation of the county ordinance. Oscar the kitty was reportedly caught in public playing with string in a manner that police called “extremely expected.”
Oscar’s lack of creativity will likely cost him the maximum $130 fine allowed under the ordinance.