Girl Makes Unwise Choice When Choosing Her Animal Ally For The Zombie Apocalypse

Written by: Regina Lizik

April 13, 2016

By now, most of you have probably seen the video of the brothers who convinced their sister, who was on intense pain medication after having her wisdom teeth out, that the zombie apocalypse finally happened. (Yes, I said finally. Come on, we all know it’s coming) Everyone is talking about how silly it is that they convinced her of this, but honestly, that’s not even the most ridiculous thing about this video.

Can you spot the most absurd moment?

(Hint, it happens around 2:17)

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She picks her cat over her dog!

The cat?! THE CAT!?

Why would you pick a cat to be your ally in the zombie apocalypse? WHY?! What is your cat going to do for you? Silently judge your ability to decapitate a zombie? What good does that do?

No good. Absolutely no good at all.

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Let’s be very real here, when the zombie apocalypse comes, you’ll need, not just want a dog, by your side. A dog will be able to smell the zombies and alert you to their existence before you walk into a horde and get yourself into trouble. Would a cat do that? NO! A could would be like “Oh yeah, forgot to tell you there were zombies in that building. Whoops.”


A dog can stand guard while you sleep and ward off, not only zombies, but nefarious humans. A dog will also defend you against a zombie. A cat would saunter off and think “good luck with that human.”


Sure, your dog is a dingus. But he’s a loyal dingus. A dingus who will fight beside you in the epic battle between humanity vs zombie. Would Grumpy Cat do that? I think not!

When it comes time for you to choose your fellow soldiers in the fight of your life, don’t be like this girl. Make the smart choice. Choose a dingus dog, not a cat.

Please note all suggestions in this article that she should have left the cat behind are only in jest. If she has to pick favorites, she obviously should have left one of her brothers behind.

Feature image via Cabot Phillips/YouTube and Imgur.

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Written by: Regina Lizik

April 13, 2016

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