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What would drive a woman to catch a cat and dump it in a bin? Well, stress if recent reported events are to be believed. Mary Bale (45) from Coventry hit the headlines after being caught on CCTV luring a kitty, before grabbing her and dumping her in a wheelie bin. Calmly she then closed the lid and walked away. In Tabby Trash, you must help Mary Bale put as many helpless cats as possible into the wheelie bin. Click the bin to open the lid and then use your mouse to grab the cat by the scruff of the neck and chuck it in the garbage. The lid shuts quickly and cats will escape if you move them too fast, so there's a degree of skill and timing involved. Much like Miss Bale stroking poor Lola before calmly dropping her into the rubbish. Have fun!
Are cats your favorite animal, do you think kittens are cute, and do you also like to play fun browser games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Tabby Trash game online. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse. Firstly click on the bin lid to open....then grab a cat by clicking on the scruff of it's neck....then drag it SLOWLY to the bin and click to drop it! Don't move the cats too quickly, or they will escape. If you drop too many, the game is over.
Because of their somewhat blurry, limited vision, cats may be attracted to the smell of trash. Some stray cats are hungry, but already well fed house cats, may just be curious about the smell and junk inside and find it fun to explore and rummage through it. You may wake in the morning to find filthy fragments strewed all over your kitchen or yard, or you may come home to the same, but there are ways of preventing cats from playing this despicable game. I have tried a few different methods to keep the kitty out of the trash, one being eucalyptis oil and the other being window cleaner. Just spay a mist of either on the outside of the garbage bag before putting it into the bin and your tabby and other animals will no longer find the trash as fun.
Most cats sleep between 12 and 20 hours per day, but not the alley cats in this free and fun online game. Being frisky, euphoric, instinctive and independent are results of playing, so play for free to keep your mind free garbage and your cat in the can. Because of the concentration of movement that this webgame requires, you may find yourself physically and mentally landfilled after playing Tabby Trash online.
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