Let me preface this by saying that if you have cats, you should probably mute your computer for a minute unless you really like your animals to freak out at your computer speakers, because this website is well acquainted with ALOD's good friend Embedded Audio!
Welcome to Warrior Kitties World, a place where dreams come true and people come to pretend they're wascally wittle kittens apparently intent on killing each other. I say apparently because all I really have to go off of is the name. I mean, considering there are like 17 posts in the entirety of the forums, I'm not sure what's supposed to be going on.
It looks like there are six different clans, who I assume all hate each other and can't wait to tear each others' big adorable eyes out of their sockets. So we have all the elements needed for large-scale roleplay violence. Heard of World of Warcraft? Exactly! Again, we run into this little problem of having almost no registered users, but what I'm trying to say is this site has potential.
And in fact, if you don't believe me, believe the myriad of companies who have found it appropriate to advertise in the first free-market captcha I've ever seen! That's right - when you try to sign up for the site, you have to play a fucking video that will display the captcha text after you've watched the ad. So enjoy that! Free market! Ron Paul! Looping MP3s of cats in heat! Warrior Kitties World has it all!
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