A 28-year-old Adelaide man, Scott Thompson, woke this Australia Day to find one of his wife’s cats had left a giant turd in the kitchen sink.
“At first I panicked, thinking, ‘I don’t remember doing that.’ Then I realised it was too small to be a human log, which was around the time I became intrigued. I mean honestly, who drops one in a sink? Then I remembered it was Australia Day and I thought, ‘Hold on. Maybe the cats are kicking things off early, you know?’”
Despite spending an hour waiting around the litter tray to compare tiny Bondi cigars, something Scott said was like a ‘crappy version of CSI’, he and his wife we’re unable to determine who the proud owner was.
“Yeah, our cats are pretty raw, hey? You think they’re just regular cats who sleep and demand food constantly, then they surprise you and go and do something as Aussie as this. Good on ‘em.”
In the end, Scott gave up his investigations, cracked a beer and just accepted that at least one of his pets is a legend. “Not sure which cat it was, but it was definitely the most Australian of the lot!”