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What if the Easter Bunny Were a Cat?

If cats ran this holiday, things would never be the same.

 |  Mar 26th 2013  |   8 Contributions

Easter is a fun, family holiday, full of children's smiles and good feelings. That has a lot to do with the Easter Bunny. But what if it weren't a bunny at all, but a cat? 

1. Everybody sleeps 19 hours on Easter.

Little cream cat by Shutterstock.

2. Easter Cat still hides eggs, they're just raw and pooling in the back of your closet.

Kitten and eggs by Shutterstock.

3. You still get an Easter basket, but it's just your shoes full of vomit. 

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4. The Easter egg hunt is now an Easter bunny hunt, or whatever kind of bunnies you got. Mice are okay.

Ragdoll kitten by Shutterstock.

5. None of this "Peeps" crap anymore. Real meat. 

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6. There's a lot more grass in Easter baskets. And by "grass" we mean "litter," which is not so much in the baskets as scattered down the hallway and in your bedsheets. 

Cute cat by Shutterstock.

7. Easter dinner starts at four in the morning. 

Pretty cute cat by Shutterstock.

8. Easter Cat receives presents for Easter -- or there's no more Easter.

Cat on Easter by Shutterstock.

9. At the community Easter egg hunt, Easter Cat crouches way off in the distance, brooding, and just stares at everyone. The children are crying. (Easter Cat didn't hide anything.)

Cat with yellow hat by Shutterstock.

10. Anyone who makes fun of Easter Cat's hat gets no more Easter.  

Easter hat by Shutterstock.


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