08 August 2011

Cat Adventure Video

Cat Adventure Video Vol. 1
United States - 1993
Director - Steve Cantin
Extravaganza Productions, 1995, VHS
Run Time - 1 hour

For some people cats are surrogate children. Perhaps their own children are grown and moved away to start their own dysfunctional families. So as they shuffle through their golden years it seems desirable to have a new companion around the house, a small creature that gives affection and desires affection without the back talk and mood swings. In fact cats are much easier and cheaper to take care of than human children. You can even legally euthanize them if they get boring or irritating!

The only problem that is actually worse with cats is the ability to self-entertain which human children have to some extent, but which cats, especially indoor cats frequently lack.
With Cat Adventure Video, that time honored childcare device television can be used on your cats too! When you don't have the time, energy or interest in caring for your dependents, just pop this handy hour long cassette into your VCR and you've got time to yourself. The nice thing about cats is that unlike human children, they're too stupid to realize that its the same video when you play it over and over! So, until that little shit gets a job and moves out already, let Cat Adventure Video do the surrogate parenting.

Also, if you're not already a pet owner, check out our Lonely Shut-In Adventure Video, it features over an hour of heartwarming point-of-view scenes of someone petting a cat. It comes with a patented and guaranteed shed-proof Comfypelt made from genuine pet hair so that you can stroke and caress your way to companionship right along with the video. It's tons of soothing fun with none of the scooping or shrieking!


Avalon Cat Cartoons said...

Love those old vhs movies, especially the artwork. Great finds!

The Goodkind said...

The artwork is one of the main reasons I scan the boxes. Nostalgia or something like that, makes a person feel old, but lucky to have been there!
And for the record, I like cats.