The Obama High Speed Rail Initiative Generates an Unexpected Rural Spur

Yes, Lopsided Cat has been commissioned as Darke County’s monorail cat. He’s looking forward to his first passengers, which he reports will be small neighborhood rodents, which he plans on carrying in his belly. Don’t ask how they will exit the train car upon reaching their destination.

By John Scalzi

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27 replies on “The Obama High Speed Rail Initiative Generates an Unexpected Rural Spur”

So, would that lopsided look be the reason for his unusual name, or is his name-look more lopsided than that?

‘Cause this look is adorable. *squeeees*

Our CCOs (Chipmunk Control Officers) leave lots of tolls with us.

I just wish they would do something about the d-mn-d deer. 20 Bambis at once are not cute.

O Great Scalzi, what a superb picture of Mighty Lopsided Cat.

From the drab and dreary lighting, it is clear that Her Most Perfect Shimmering Radiant Perfection has yet to arise and illuminate the world. When She does – since it appears you’re not doing anything else – perhaps you might document and report the event.

Really, you’re not doing anything else.

The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club

I have questions. I realise the answers are none of my beeswax, but …

What do you actually call Lopsided Cat when you speak to him/her? Lop? Cat?

Is LC a Maine Coon, or just a really big and ultra-gorgeous tabby?

Did Lopsided Cat once have an ear infection? I ask because a friend has a cat who is even more lopsided, and it happened after a bad ear infection left him with an equilibrium problem.

Ghlaghghee is absoultely the right colour for cats, but OMG, Lopsided Cat has a beeyootiful face.

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