Sockington 1.5 Million Movie

He hit 1.5 million followers some time ago, and I’ve been shaking my head in disbelief the whole time since, but Fatty finally got his act together and put together a movie about it.  Best of all, it has me at my best, getting a few good headshots at the little meathead. Look at that dazed look he gives! I’ve still got it!

Sockington 1.5 Million Movie

Naturally, you might have a few questions about the origin stories in the film.  Yes, I really killed a badger – after my previous “owners” left me outside an animal shelter, I quickly high-tailed it out of there and took residence in a farm in Hudson, NY, where I was holed up in a few barns with a number of other cats. The badger made short work of at least one of us, but I was a little more difficult a quarry, and came out victorious. I still, naturally, found time to be a proper lady when the time came and that’s how I got free room and board for (I assume) life.  Victory! Well, until Greypunk showed up. And let us not even speak of Cousin Oliver.

The fact is, it’s a hard life out there, and when people make the right decision to help, it really does us a good turn.  So don’t expect it all the time, but thanks, from all of us.

6 comments ↓

#1 MåяїsølNo Gravatar on 05.28.10 at 11:06 pm

I am typing this in the room my sister graciously has given me for the length of my visit. Next to me is my very own bundle of fur, Dingy. I named him that because his white fur looked dingy from sleeping outside before I adopted him. He came into my life after some heartless male teenagers decided to go out of their way to run him over and leave him for dead. After some vet visits, surgery, and meds he survived, but lost one eye and his remaining eye is almost completely blind. I love my baby! We have been best buddies now for 5 years. We have left our home in Northern California to visit his grandma, aunts, and uncle (my mother and siblings) in beautiful Miami, Florida. Please, please–open your heart to an animal in need. You won’t regret it.

Lots of love to our fellow Socks Army buddies,

Måяїsøl & Dingy

#2 RobinNo Gravatar on 06.10.10 at 5:41 am

I have just discovered you, Sockington!! And I think you are wonderful!!! But you need to definitely sell more tshirts!!! PLEASE!!!!!!!!!

#3 BevNo Gravatar on 07.13.10 at 7:27 pm

Great site!! Yay for 1.5 millions followers. And Penny, what a brave kitty!
Both of my cats were strays. One abandoned in the condo complex I lived in(Logan) and the other a wee baby running in the street(Hector). Eleven years later I still have them. The ” baby” was diagnosed with a liver shunt at 10 years old, cost me an arm and a leg to diagnose and treat him( I would pay it again and again). He is doing great now. And Logan, my big cat, all 22 pounds is awesome, a very handsome fellow. The vet is sure he is a Maine Coon. I just know he is mine!
Take in those strays or adopt from the shelter. You will never be sorry!!

#4 AmandaNo Gravatar on 09.28.10 at 3:28 pm

I love you PennyCat!!!!!

#5 arallynNo Gravatar on 10.24.10 at 2:08 pm

I first saw this quite a while ago, but I gotta tell you that until I saw this video, I hadn’t cried since my kitty died, which was quite a while back. I WAS DOING SO WELL AND YOU RUINED IT.
No, kidding, it actually made me realize I care as much about the ugly fangy fatty that lives with me now as I did about my first cat. Which was good. We can’t all be beautiful like her, but I can still love the funny-looking ones.