The Feline Dalai Lama Foundation has decided to sponsor a school for kittens. The Feline Dalai Lama himself made this announcement earlier this week from his vacation home in Hawaii. In a statement released today, the Feline Dalai Lama stated:
“..the unruly behavior of the younger generation and their lack of disciplined learning has led to creating a culture of hooliganism. The noticeable increase in furniture destruction and claw mark injuries to cat owners in great numbers has made this necessary. Our goal is to improve the future success and quality of life for both the feline and the cat owner. We want the cats of tomorrow to be well schooled in good manners as well as the arts and sciences.”
The purpose of the school will be to teach the little ones, ages 6 months to adulthood, the basics of their education as well as etiquette for kittens. The first classes will be taught at Brown University, with 12 satellite locations to be opened next year across the country, depending on the response from the public. More details will be released as this situation develops. There will be online classes for those who would like to home school their kittens, as well as extensive literature that can be purchased through the Dalai Lama’s personal publishing company: PurrFectWorld.
The public will be advised of additional developments.