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New Species of Hairless Cat Discovered!

lolvo

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Felis laundrymonsterous made its first recorded appearance earlier today. Prior sightings had not been validated with photographic evidence, and had been based on observer accounts of the creature. F. laundrymonsterous appears to be a placid variant of the hairless feline group, but is also well-equipped to maintain its' possession of the laundry which surrounds it against the attempts of unruly humans to extract and fold chunks of its habitat.
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lolvo

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These have infested my life. Is these species management?
Possibly - although F. laundrymonsterous , like all domestic cat varieties, are stuck in a state of matter between a liquid and a gas - and thus will both take the shape of and fill any container they are put in. You might want to get a smaller basket, is what I'm saying!

As I write this, a specimen in its natural habitat:
And quite a magnificent specimen at that!

Hmmm, I must have a sub-class of f. laundrymonsterous "pantyraideri"
They do come in many different strains. For instance, my particular specimen of F. laundrymonsterus has a tendency to nest in the legs of freshly-laundered pajama bottoms, as illustrated in my original post.
 
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