Living in a car can certainly be a whore of a life, and Ricky is fed up with the dogs and squirrels of Sunnyvale. They’re constantly barking and pissing in his dope plants and he’s had enough.
He’s not the only one who has had enough – Julian is fucking annoyed at Ricky for firing off guns in the middle of the night, and Bubbles doesn’t want Ricky forcing his cats to live with him in the shitmobile.
Guest animator Jordan Hill changes the kitty litter for a fresh take on the look and feel of the Trailer Park Cats series, which features on feline adaptations of classic Trailer Park Boys moments!
The kitties might’ve really fucked themselves this time! Gun fights, dope, and a helicopter police chase will probably result in a lot more than a slap on the wrist on the latest episode of Trailer Park Cats.
Under the direction of Scott Wagner, the TPC team animated this classic scene from the Season 2 finale which starts with Bubbles as the driver of a getaway car but somehow ends with him as an innocent farmer.
If we learn one lesson from this scene, it’s this: Bubbles will NOT harm a kitty just to save a dope trailer!
Kitty Bubbles attempts to go into a laundromat, stoned as fuck, which goes to shit. Guns are involved in an attempt to get 22 bottles of crab shampoo at the nearby pharmacy, and pretty soon, the cops show up. But they’re more concerned with the disturbance at the laundromat!
Trailer Park Cats comes from the fucked mind of Scott Wagner, who puts an animated kitty spin on classic Trailer Park Boys scene, and in this episode, he sets his sights on a fan-fucking-favourite moment from Season 3 when Ricky invokes the Freedom of Choices and Voices act in order to allow him to smoke and swear while defending himself in court.
Soak up the feline nostalgia and see kitty versions of J-Roc, Tyrone, Cory, Trevor, and more!
Give a big furball welcome to the newest animated residents of SwearNet!
Trailer Park Cats comes from the fucked mind of Scott Wagner, who has put a feline spin on some of your favourite Trailer Park Boys memories! In the debut episode, the Cats are gettin’ high and stealing meat from a grocery store.