An experiment gone horribly wrong, The Cat with 2 Heads is a deceptively evil being. It has an exterior appearance of being a normal, friendly cat, but due to the radiation used to engineer the creature, it has become much more aggressive and hungry than its previous existence.
One of the few villains in Aquabats lore to have a song about it, The Cat with 2 Heads has a monstrous appetite, which along with its amazing strength and aggressiveness has led it to eat people. Its two super-cat tongues are so rough that skin grafts have been required on survivors of its lick.
Depicted in the art for The Fury of The Aquabats, the cat is an orange tabby with two independently thinking heads. The cat has also made brief appearances at shows, usually prompting or ending the song in its name.
|Cat with 2 Heads!|
|Title||Cat with 2 Heads!|
|Album||The Fury of the Aquabats!|
- Science brings gifts of convenience
- To the modern man
- Modern man then continues
- Continues to expand
- But what happens when man creates
- Something oh so wrong
- Nature bites back in a big way
- Good heavens what have I done!
- I kept it in a box
- I watched it grow a lot
- It chewed right through the lock
- And ate all the new kids on the block.
- A scientist creates a beast
- In a secret laboratory
- Nature plots revenge
- It's blood that it seeks
- That's where we begin our story!
- The cat with 2 heads
- Whoa, the cat with 2 heads! <x2>
- College brought education
- To this privileged man
- High school diploma
- A science major
- With a government grant
- Four years later an experiment
- To mutate domestic pets
- It turned into a nightmare
- So lock your doors
- Hide your hot dogs
- This cat's upset
- Society's been so good to me
- My parents paid for my college education
- Majoring in biotechnology
- Created a beast and now it's after me!
- (chorus) x2
- Two heads..... of terror!
Appearance on Serious AwesomenessEdit
The Cat with Two Heads appears on the DVD Serious Awesomeness, as part of the concert contained on the disk. It appears to leap from the rafters at the end of the song, as if it's pouncing on an unsuspecting audience member. Official ledgers do not show any deaths occurring at that show.
1998, Lawrence, KS:
2006, San Fransisco, CA: