U.S. government petitioned to drop drug war, create cat girls
The U.S. administration created We The People to provide a place for any of its citizens to petition the White House, which has promised to provide an official response to all petitions reaching 25?000 signatures within 30 days. While some cover serious political issues, it's doubtful that they expected Matthew H's petition for domestic cat girls. [Yahoo!]
Matthew contends that the War on Drugs is pointless, and that money would be better spent by genetically engineering cat girls for home services.
While reports by the Global Commission on Drug Policy suggest the war has been a dramatic and costly waste of money, lives and society, and has harmed the fight against HIV/AIDS, it is unlikely that the U.S. will abandon it any time soon. Both Colorado and Washington have legalised non-medicinal marijuana, but its possession is still a federal offence.
Even if the White House were to respond to the petition, it would almost certainly be dismissed. There are strong opponents to the sort of research needed to realise genetically-engineered cat girls and the legality of that research differs greatly from place to place. The UK allows human-animal hybrids provided the embryo is destroyed within 14 days, but there have been calls for tighter regulation, and Flayrah has reported that such hybrids are illegal in Arizona. In Ohio, Senate Bill 94 has been proposed to ban their creation.
The petition now has 1012 signatures, and requires another 23?000 by the 19th or it will be thrown out. If your imagination or a fursuit isn't doing it for you anymore, your best bet may be to follow in the footsteps of the late Stalking Cat and opt for surgical modifications.