Orange cat + lasagna dinner = happy kids
There are plenty of moms out there who are “extra” AF when it comes to doing things for their kids, but none more so than this mom, whose very specific request to “borrow” an orange cat is going viral on Twitter.
Twitter user @lauren_jade44 shared a “wanted” sign featured at her dad’s workplace, and it’s unlike anything you’ll ever find on a workplace bulletin board. In it, the mom shares her desire to borrow an orange cat for 24-48 hours to have dinner with her young children. Why? Well, why else?
this was posted at my dads work and I’m CRYING!!!! RT to help Clara find an orange cat pic.twitter.com/KuqzMgUBL1
— Lo (@lauren_jade44) August 1, 2018
A Garfield-esque lasagna dinner of course! In the wanted flyer, the mom promises the cat will be returned happy and cared for. “Cat will not be required to eat lasagna if contraindicated,” the mom, Clara, writes. “Please, no feral cats. And please take your cat back at the end. Not looking to adopt.”
UH-MAZING. I’m actually kind of insulted neither of my parents considered orchestrating a lasagna dinner with me and Garfield myself, considering how much of my childhood was spent watching the cartoon on TV.
Though the request itself is fantastic, the reactions from Twitter users everywhere make this whole post a true gem. Soon enough, people started offering up their own orange kitties up for the task.
Panini is up for the challenge pic.twitter.com/E8n08JeeOQ— Maᴙissa (@marissacoh) August 3, 2018
Kurt would be purrfect for this. pic.twitter.com/EAeLK7Sa8K— Ghoul-ie Martinson 👻 (@jmartcreative) August 4, 2018
Pretty sure my cat fits the part pic.twitter.com/OZX3nrNcwh— Brown Enchantress (@Jackelynn_G) August 3, 2018
Meet Penny pic.twitter.com/nwqHrBSPTp— Dan (@DANTANAMO) August 7, 2018
I might be able to help here. pic.twitter.com/nohjh5bL93— Megan Etzel (@megetz) August 7, 2018
I’m sure she would be satisfied with my cat pic.twitter.com/fFDce9sjHD— danielley (@danipuhtorff) August 7, 2018
As someone who has owned and loved a big, fat, orange cat before — I can verify with 100% authority that orange cats are the cream of the cat crop.
Orange cats are objectively the best. I’m sorry, I don’t make the rules. https://t.co/6PWT0eDZhH
— Erin Ruberry (@erinruberry) August 7, 2018
Clara, wherever you are, here’s hoping you were able to find and secure the perfect Garfield imposter to enjoy a lasagna feat with your kiddos. Extra moms everywhere salute you.