May 12, 2006

In Conclusion

Our final argument is presented by the exhibits below. Each of these cats bears some resemblance to Victor Tabbycat. I would submit that Victor's bean mom, a human with appalling eyesight (like all humans) was mistaken when she identified Victor as the perpetrator of the heinous crime committed in her home. Please be assured that I am NOT accusing ANY of these fine felines of this crime.






In addition, Victor has admitted that it is possible that he may have accidentally brushed against the alleged victim while he was reaching for a similarly-colored toy that was nearby. Therefore, the defense is willing to discuss a plea-bargain. Victor will perform a negotiated amount of community service hours, as well as submitting to play therapy a minimum of three times per week. The defense rests and awaits an answer from the prosecution.

18 comments:

=^..^= said...

Finny! Dude! Hahaha! Some of them look as though they have just returned from your Purrthday/St. Pat's Day Party.

~Bombay

Zeus said...

If I were on this jury, those pictures would be enough for me to have reasonable doubt!

Derby said...

There is definitely reasonable doubt. Let my Victor go. NOT GUILTY.

Victor Tabbycat said...

Wow, efun I can't tell which, if any, is me! Finny, I am furry greatful fur your help. Can I call on you again in the future? Beans haf such confusing rules, it's easy to get in more trouble. I mean, how was I supposed to know that fish wasn't fur me?

Bonnie Underfoot said...

Eeek! Victor clones! Yaaaahh!

Edsel/The Pooch said...

yes, reasonable doubt is what's happened and you can't convict somebody with reasonable doubt. case closed.

Beau Beau & Angie said...

Definitely reasonable doubt acoz I already been accused afore for carrying insulation. Wow Victor, lookit all the good lookin puddins who looks like us!

Fat Eric said...

All those lookalike kitties...I'm so confused! No jury would convict on this evidence!

Les Trois Chats said...

The evidence is definitely circumstantial. The jury must acquit!
~ moose

I smell a rat and would advise Miss Underfoot to get DNA proof next time (since photographic does no good!), any way she can. Shameless miscarriage of justice, I say...
~ turtle

Huh? Too many look alike kitties. And all so handsome, too...
~ nala

lambj said...

Victor's day in court has been reported on our blog!
Bonnie can not be reached for a statement at this time.

The Meezers said...

Good Job Finny!

Oh, and Happy Mommy's Day Finny and Buddy's Mommy!

=^..^= said...

WONDERFUL WORK, Finny!!!!!!!!!!!!! Victor is really free!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

~Bombay

PrincessMia said...

Excellent work. Victor is free!

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

Well Done!

Patches & Mittens said...

This is a case of mistaken identity, pure and simple.

Patches and Mittens

Petey said...

I'm so glad that it all worked out for all parties involved.

one of us said...

Yep reasonable doubt for unreasonable charges...and Finny, Rod of Jimmy and Rods blog may need a good lawyer. He's been framed!!!!!!!! ~Merlin, Shadow, Ko Ko

DEBRA said...

Finny

You need to hang out your shingle so you can go to werk and defend all the poodins accused of misjustice!

*ABBY