TechCrunch / Via The Verge cat food pun is a pun for “cat food”, which is a term for food for cats, or in this case, a pouch that allows cats to take food.
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The pun has been around for decades, dating back to a joke on the TV show “Family Guy”.
There are a few different versions of the pun: The pun is “Cat-a-Cola” (an alcoholic beverage) for the first drink.
The second drink is “Cats” for cats and “Cat Food” for food.
(In the second version, you’re also drinking “Cat” as a way of introducing yourself to a person who will later ask you about your pets.
It’s a bit less polite to use “Cat food” as an alternative to “cat.”)
The third drink is for the fourth drink: “Catfood” for cat food.
The fourth drink is a drink of “CatFood” and cat food for the fifth drink: Catfood for catfood.
It should be noted that the “Cat foods” and “cat” are not actually used in the joke.
(There’s a reference to cat food in the “Gotham” comics.)
The pun dates back to the late 1940s, when a cartoonist, George Miller, wrote a joke about how the cat ate cat food and used it to play with toys, according to a Reddit user who answered the question.
“Cat is not a good food for a cat,” Miller said, according the Reddit post.
“A cat is an animal that has been trained to eat food, and then he eats it.
Cats don’t have to eat the food, so it doesn’t hurt.”
The original version of the joke was not published until 1993, after Miller wrote the line.
“Cards, bags, boxes, and other stuff I found in my attic were just the first wave of cat food,” Miller told the New York Times in 2016.
“They were the stuff that made cats eat the cat food that was sitting there.
But they were a joke at the time.”
Miller did not respond to a request for comment for this article.
The original joke is still on Twitter, but it has since been deleted.
“I don’t think I need to explain to people what the ‘cat’ part of the title means,” Miller wrote on Twitter.
“You know the rest.”
In the joke, Miller says, “It’s only cat food.”
In an interview with the New Yorker in 2017, Miller said the joke wasn’t a reference “to the real thing, but to a more personal way of being sarcastic.”
In a Reddit post, Miller wrote that he had made up the line to be funny and to avoid being labeled a “cat-lover.”
“The joke was made up by me as a joke, and I’m not sure why,” Miller added.
“It was a very funny joke, but I think that it’s very likely to get me in trouble.”