Chris Pratt seems to be catching a handful from fans lately, especially about a cat he used to have. It all started when TV producer Amy Berg tweeted pictures of Pratt, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine, and Chris Evans and told fans they could only keep three. Fans apparently unanimously decided that Pratt was the one who needed to go. As fans debated the crises, they gave up on how Pratt shared his family’s old cat on Twitter years ago.
Battle of the Hollywood Belts
On October 17, Berg tweet pictures of Pratt, Hemsworth, Evans, and Pine with the caption “One has to go. ”The tweet was shared more than 13,000 times with over 7,000 responses. On Twitter, fans agreed that Pratt did not deserve to be compared to the other Cases, with many citing his stated political and religious views.
Other Twitter users pointed out that Pratt once used Twitter to provide a cat he was now sharing with Anna Faris. This first happened in 2011, but apparently some did not forget about the incident.
Chris Pratt defended himself to bring the cat back
In an old blog post from 2011, Pratt lied falsely at the backlash on Twitter and defended himself.
Although the link to the blog is no longer active, Post Huffington published only from Pratt’s blog post, writes:
“For them, it somehow depended on the idea that I kicked the pedestrian out from under our cat and threw her in the streets, first of all, cats don’t pedestrian use, so that’s a real idea. Secondly … I found the cat that was getting older than the god of a loving home! Ease up with the death threats because of heaven!
Bottom line, and this is not one of your f * cking business weirdos, but my wife and I want to start a family and the animal that * s around the house is NOT. Sorry. If you are a parent you will understand. And if not, that probably explains why you’re so hard on cats. Just sayin ‘.
So try it! Stop the annoying tweets! That impresses me. I am human… ”
Despite Pratt claiming that he did nothing wrong, it seems that fans have not yet forgiven Pratt for giving up the cat for years.