"Reverend Camping and Christian Radio are trying to convince Christians to believe in the May 21 Judgment Day. This is the day of the Rapture and they will be leaving the world to go to heaven. Who will take care of their pets that they have left behind? The only option is to make arrangements with the atheists."
Apparently all it takes to be an atheist is to take the Lord's name in vain, so despite what I actually might believe, I'll be here May 22nd.
I'm an animal lover. So listen, if you're planning to leave for Heaven on May 21st, please make arrangements for your animals. I'm good with cats, dogs and birds. I really don't want to see your fur-babies suffer while you're in Heaven. So contact me ASAP.
I mean it.
I see some of you snickering. Cut it out. They could be right and you could be (oh-so) wrong. A little respect, eh?
There's bad news, though: given how stringent the requirements seem to be, we might not see all that much reduction in population on May 22. Might still be pretty hard to find parking in the End Times.
Hey, believers: at least put out some extra kibble on May 21st, okay? In case you're right?
I'm struggling with the concept of a god/goddess that litters the landscape with abandoned pets.ReplyDelete
On the other hand, if that's acceptable divine behavior, perhaps the pets will be better off staying behind.
I'm definitely not going and can take dogs. Large ones work best.