The People Want The Butthole Version Of “Cats” To Be Released

March 19, 2020 / Posted by:

“Show me the butthole cut! Show me the butthole cut!” No, no, I’m not doing an impression of my doctor trying to get a better look at an anal fissure. I’m protesting the monsters who edited out all the feline buttholes included in an earlier version of modern cinematic classic, Cats. It’s just like those Hollywood big wigs to try to bury the truth. Thankfully, their dirty little secret was exposed yesterday on Twitter.

Award-winning Cats is now available on VOD, so since many of us are at home with nothing to do, people are watching it, and tweeting about it. This was the tweet that started all of the pussy butthole talk:

Soon, the hashtag #ReleaseTheButtholeCut trended:

These brave freedom fighters are 100% correct. We know the Cats VFX team is super touchy, but have the goddamn GUTS to do the right thing in a time where people are (butt)holed up in their houses. We need light! We need escape! We need CGI cat anus! I mean, you already removed Jason Derulo’s kitty bulge. Can’t ya give us a little bootyhole? But surprise, surprise. This bullshit goes allll the way to the top. Now they’re denying the butthole cut ever even existed:

Sigh. Ya can’t fight the suits. People will just have to experience Cats in its final form, sans anus. And really, isn’t it the perfect time to catch up on all the award winning films we missed this past winter, now that studios have released a bunch of them for at home streaming early? Even Seth Rogen live tweeted his coronavirus Cats watch:

Meanwhile as everybody begs to see CGI cat hole (look at what corona has done to us?), actual cats are flaunting their assholes like, “What is mine? Chopped liver?”

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