Saturday, September 26, 2009

Bite me!

Heidi sent in this Jaguar's vanity plate which reads: VETS CAT. I assume the "vet" reference is there because you are a veterinarian. And a jaguar is a big cat. It also happens to be a line of luxury vehicles. So punny. Who needs a real cat when they claw and pee on you all day at work? Not this guy apparently.

I bet your cougar is jealous. HAR HAR HAR.

7 comments:

8GR8LOLCATS said...

The last time I took one of my cats into the VET- I made a payment on one of these cats... Remember a simpler time when taking fluffy or fido for their yearly visit to the animal doctor didn't cost a mortgage payment?

Deborah Godin said...

I agree with 8GR8LOLCATS, the costs just keep going up. And then there's this guy who just, ah, rubs our noses in it...

TheWordWire said...

I don't know... if this were the cat that belonged to a vet, it would have an apostrophe. Are you sure it doesn't read VET SCAT?

Mel said...

*sigh* Yes, vet costs are going up. Medical care is expensive. Insurance for animals is not as advanced or comprehensive as human insurance.

This has to be an older veterinarian or someone in a specialty, because all of the newer vets I know are too worried about paying off their 150,000+ dollar student loan debt to buy a fancy car.

Of course, it might be a military vet as well. You never know.

LadyStyx said...

Mel could be right. Also could be a nickname for a gal named Yvette...

Helen said...

Could be vet for veteran...

Intense Guy said...

I just want a ride in it.