Grumpy Cat Responds to the Medieval Cat-Print Manuscript

February 20, 2013 in Satire, Silly Things by shapingsense

-For an update on this post and for links to information about the person who took the original manuscript photo, see this post.

 

Erik Kwakkel recently popularized an image of a medieval manuscript discovered by Emir O. Filipovic of the University of Sarajevo’s History Department. The manuscript contained the paw-prints of a medieval cat, left in ink, and some are now speculating that the prints were left by The Medieval Grumpy Cat.

Grumpy Cat does not approve.

Grumpy Cat Don't Care About Your Manuscript

Grumpy Cat Don’t Care About Your Manuscript

Grumpy Cat responds to Special Collections that require white gloves

Grumpy Cat responds to Special Collections that require white gloves

Grumpy Cat has already written a paper on what you're working on.

Grumpy Cat has already written a paper on what you’re working on.

Medieval Grumpy MSS Cat responds to Montaigne

Medieval Grumpy MSS Cat responds to Montaigne

This is what Medieval Grumpy Cat thinks of your manuscript

This is what Medieval Grumpy Cat thinks of your manuscript

Late Medieval Grumpy Cat Claims Responsibility for Cat-Paw Manuscript

Late Medieval Grumpy Cat Claims Responsibility for Cat-Paw Manuscript

The Noble Lyfe Leopard is not impressed.

The Noble Lyfe Leopard is not impressed.

For a more serious treatment of both the cat paw-print manuscript and the cat pee manuscript see this excellent post on Erik Kwakkel’s blog.

See my followup post for more funny images, even if they aren’t Grumpy Cat related.

And one final image before I go:

Tiger Style. Tiger Style. Tiger Style. Medieval-Cat Clan Ain't Nuthin to Fuck Wit.

Tiger Style. Tiger Style. Tiger Style. Medieval-Cat Clan Ain’t Nuthin to Fuck Wit.

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