A teen made a website where kittens claw Trump, and claims his lawyer tried to shut it down


Whether it's hiding under your duvet for the next four years, protesting on the streets or banging your head against a wall, we all have our own personal reactions to Donald Trump.

Lucy (last name redacted) designed a website called Kittenfeed, where users can punch Trump’s face with cat paws. Sounds extremely cathartic, doesn’t it?

Picture:Picture: Trumpcat

But she now claims that she's received a letter from lawyers of an “internationally known,” “famous businessman” Donald Trump.


The letter allegedly stated:

As I’m sure you’re aware, the Trump name is internationally known and famous.

The website was originally called 'TrumpScratch', but Lucy claims she changed its name after receiving the letter..

Unfortunately for Trump, the publicity rocketed the site’s visitors from 3,000 to 50,000.

Lucy told Observer in an email:

I was going to just let this go, but I think it’s, pardon my French, f*cking outrageous that the President of the United States has his team scouring the internet for sites like mine to send out cease and desists and legal action claims if we don’t shut down.

Meanwhile, he tweets about The Apprentice ratings and sends out power-drunk tweets about phone tapping. HOW ABOUT BEING THE PRESIDENT?

However, Trump's lawyers deny any letter being sent.

Alan Garten, executive vice president and chief legal officer at The Trump Organization, gave thr Observer the following comment through a PR agency:

This is completely false. No such letter was ever sent by us.


HT Observer

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