Put Your Ex’s Name Where It Belongs: A Litter Box In Scott County
Valentine's Day is mere days away and the Humane Society of Scott County has a way to call out your ex.
I'm not a huge fan of the traditional Valentine's Day stuff because it just seems really overdone. But these anti-ex activities that organizations are doing more of are just grand. The Brookfield Zoo in Illinois will let you name a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach after your ex. And now the Humane Society of Scott County is getting in on the fun.
You can put your ex's name in a shelter cat's litter box, just for $10. Perfect for all the times you've called your ex a steaming pile of...well you know.
As one who cleans out two litter boxes daily, I can confirm this is a very stinky form of being petty. That's probably why I feel compelled to do it. As the shelter says: it's self-care, y'all. And why not adopt the kitty that crapped on your ex's name, since it's clearly on your side.
If you need additional justification, remember that it helps out the shelter kitties. So your petty attitude is going towards a worthy cause to help the shelter keep food for the animals, litter for the kitties, and necessities like blankets and bedding. Just for $10.
Also, go adopt all of the shelter animals before I do, guys. I already have a pup in Arkansas and my QC landlady drew the line at two cats. You can see the pups and cats that are up for adoption at the Humane Society on their website.