Cat Murders Toilet Paper, Evidence Left in Sink

It’s been months since our little killer cats tore innocent rolls of white, fluffy toilet paper sheet from sheet without mercy. Months, I say. I suppose that’s why we let our guard down. That was a mistake.

Jed has been plotting the perfect moment for a stealth attack. He struck with precision recently, opening the cabinet, pulling an unsuspecting roll from within like a raccoon raiding a chicken coop, jumping up to the bathroom counter to laze in the coolness of the basin as he slowly plucked and spit out pieces from his kill…

Toilet Paper Heist 1

That’s when I found him. The damage had already been done.

Toilet Paper Heist 2

It appears that Jackson, who arrived after I did, had no prior knowledge of Jed’s mission. Asย I grabbed the camera to document the scene, he launched his own investigation.

Toilet Paper Heist 3

Toilet Paper Heist 4

The carnage was everywhere. Jed was surely implicated. Jackson, being a protective brother and pal, told Jed to beat feet and get the hell out of here.

Toilet Paper Heist 5

Jed and Jackson are now on the lam.

Toilet Paper Heist 6

Is this is comedy or tragedy? The jury is still out. What say you, people of This One Wild Life?


  1. A favorite comment from EmmySits on Twitter:

    HAPPY cat. Wonder if t.p. makers considered this ad strategy?

    "Like throwing $$ down toilet!"

    Wait, we already do that…

  2. I vote comedy! And say that only a pet blogger would grab a camera and document the scene instead of shoeing the cat away to prevent more carnage.

    • Plight of the persistent pet blogger. Exactly. And much to the chagrin of my husband. He swears that the cats (then kittens) became toilet paper aficionados only after I gave them a roll to shred for filming. I doubt they needed my help but I can see how might make that association.

      Aside from the cats, I'm often a casualty, too, in my obsessive "digital documentation." I'm still wearing my pajamas for these shots, as one can see in the mirror's reflection. Oh well.

  3. Oh, comedy for sure! I know it was probably a pain to clean up, but I think I would have laughed anyway.

    • Yeah, I was laughing. A big good-mood factor is that clean-up is no bother, really. One big sweep of the hands and all the fluff comes together.

  4. Apparently toilet paper bedding is all the rage!

  5. Quick – run – I hear the Pawlice sirens! Just LOVE those photos! And it sure looks like some kitty had some fun! Now quick – hide the evidence!

  6. Those pictures are priceless! While I'm sure it wasn't fun cleaning up the mess, the kitties just look like they are having the time of their lives. The picture of Jed curled up in the sink with the toilet paper is hilarious.

  7. Heh heh heh Good one Jed! I'd say you had a total fun balls time of rippin that roll to shreds! BOL! Furget the consequences. Live for the moment! ๐Ÿ˜€

    Waggin at ya,


  8. OMG! So funny! I've been waiting for another Jed and Jackson sneak attack. ๐Ÿ™‚

    What's amazing to me Kim is that he opened the cabinet door, pulled out the roll, carried it up to the sink and then had his fun. That is amazing! It actually made me wonder if Jed could also do what is on my Favorite Video Friday video ( He seems smart enough to doesn't he? Wow.

    • Loved the video!! And I have every ounce of faith that Jed could learn to do that. For now he just goes ahead without any help from me… pulling the lid off the bird food for a snack, chewing through boxes of stored Honest Kitchen samples, taking treats right from the dogs' mouths. He would have had that food container open in moments.

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