Guest Post: Caitlin’s Cat Folder

[Special to the Perspective] — I had to rent a car over the weekend. I chose the $9.99 special, a Hyundai Sonata. It was not awful; I would get it again for just the Sirius Radio.

This was my first experience with Korean cars and I didn’t find the cultural cross over difficult at all — until I encountered the Cat Folder button.

Why Would I Fold a Cat?Why would I fold a Cat?

Better yet, in what shape would my car fold a Cat? Should it be a neat little bundle, an origami form?

Is it a tri fold? Do we leave the head and legs out?

Having folded a Cat, in my car, what am I to do with it? (well aware of Korean cuisine I pondered many possibilities).

Finally, how does the Cat feel about all this? Not too happy, I expect.

Fortunately, I’m very allergic and can’t have a cat so somewhere in the Northeast United States there is a lucky, unfolded Cat, that I don’t own and therefore will never attempt to fold.

–Caitlin Abbate


4 thoughts on “Guest Post: Caitlin’s Cat Folder

  1. I, too, have a cat folder in my Hyundai Sonata. I have yet to unfold it, so I don’t know what is in it. I certainly haven’t fed it so it must “live” on electricity.

    Just to increase the “envy factor”, Ellie and I leave Sat. morning for a seven day Western Caribbean cruise. Eat your heart out. More about it when we get back.

  2. I was stationed in Korea for 13 months a long time ago and it’s true that there are no feral cats (or dogs either, for that matter). They did, however have “pet” cats, but I never saw a “folded one”.
    The “home rice” was tasty though……………

  3. How adorbs to have a wee cat head sticking out of the dash as you’re driving along, yowling with the radio. CLEVER! (You fold it tail first, obvs.)

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