It’s tax day, and millions of people and cats are rushing to file their income tax returns at the last minute. Of course, the cats don’t have any idea what they’re doing. Our FAQ on cats and taxes can help.
No, but for the purposes of this article, yes.
If her adorable paws can’t work the calculator, kitty can apply for a one-time exemption. But she’ll need to step up her game for next year, understand?
Many kitties who are picked up and dropped outside of tax centers have found better results by using online services like Turbo Tax. She could also simply not file a tax return.
We did say that. Good eye!
The authorities are on the way. Ha ha, sorry, just some tax-evasion humor. Don’t mind us.
What do you call napping? A walk in the park?
That’s fine. Send it in.
Few can. Such is life.
God, no. Do you think we’re crazy or something?
Go ahead and throw them away, friend. The federal government takes your word on that one.
Wow, you’re taking this seriously. We could use someone like you. Do you object to seven-minute lunch breaks and not-at-all-casual Fridays?
It’s right there at the bottom — box 34f.
Oh, dead things.
Birds, reptiles, marsupials, crabs, insects, spiders, the usual. But the the main thing is that they have to be dead, and you have to verify that your cat killed them with predatory malice and premeditation.
The nature of taxes.
This is way bigger than the both of us.
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