This article is in praise of internet website cat trolls. Why am I praising those who choose to hate cats, especially feral cats and declare it to the world? Read on.
I’ll use the article I wrote on Kellie’s Wester’s rescued kittens as a prime example titled “How badly things can go wrong when young kittens don’t receive timely care for an upper respiratory infection.” That article was posted June 24 and has been shared more than 600 times. Thanks to a cat troll going as J.C. Collins the article is a big hit!
Not necessarily for it’s content (although Kellie is a well-respected cat rescuer) but because people want to feed the troll. A lot of people warn about troll feeding. In this case, it’s a good thing. An article that would most likely have stopped at 300 shares has more than DOUBLED thanks to the words and thoughts of Mr. Collins.
In that respect, I owe you a big thank you, Mr. Collins. You are truly bringing readers to the PoC website on almost every article published. Although these trolls spew nonsense and outdated information, their input is extremely valuable in today’s internet world.
Please keep up the good work. Readers, please don’t worry if Mr. Collins is eventually banned. He’ll soon be ‘reincarnated’ as yet another cat troll.
Have a nice day sir. I’m sorry we make you physically sick with our love of cats. Some ginger root should clear that nausea right up.
Readers, do any of you have a cat troll? Please feel free to commemorate your personal troll in the comment section.