Sure. Obviously it’s a cat ripping a terrified zombie to shreds. Which is fantastic.
Before you fool yourself into thinking you can decipher this scene, let me mangle your grasp of the situation with Lauren’s description:
The cats are your greatest allies and the zombies worst enemies. They run rampant throughout the streets and once you know all there is to know about killing zombies, the cats will help you. But only then. You must go through levels of torture to obtain skill and know-how before the god-like hand of the cats’ raging claws and jaws become your savior.
The cats are the greatest who of the what, now?
Obviously the cat’s natural predisposition to zombie-slaying in the aid of humans who have proven themselves worthy by progressing through escalation of pain and knowledge-gathering (like, how to tie a double fisherman’s knot or something?) is news to most of us.
Personally, I wouldn’t have credited cats with waking up in the morning in the service of humans. But yeah, I guess I could see how cats could be biding their (lazy, selfish) time until a zombie apocalypse arrives to reveal their merit. I assume that disemboweling the undead to save humanity is going to require a lot of energy that the cats need to save up, and that would explain why they are so useless in every other way during these relatively peaceful pre-apocalyptic times.
Yeah. Actually, that would explain a lot.
Whether you buy the Jesus Warrior Cat story or not, you’ve got to respect the execution of the cake, which is based on this t-shirt design from Threadless.
The piece features sponge cake, buttercream and marshmallow fondant, and appendages crafted from rice krispie treats and fondant. A few wooden chopsticks support the creation, and the minor details are made of gumpaste. For more details on the god-like hands of battle-cats and tons of “making of” photos, check out the Zombie Nomz cake on Threadcakes.
Find more fantastically-ridiculous cakes in the book Cake Wrecks: When Professional Cakes Go Hilariously Wrong.
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