To release your frustration and powerlessness by snapping at an innocent person or creature who just happens to be handy. Usually following a bad day at work.
1. The Chief Executive bawled out the manager, and the manager bawled me out. Boy, when I got home I wanted to kick the cat.

2. 'So, Sam, you've had a lousy day at work: I'm sorry, but don't take it out on me just because you can't take it out on your boss: don't kick the cat.
by BenBisley March 04, 2008
To fuck. "A kick at the cat": a fuck. "Cat" from "pussy" and its furry nature, and "kick" probably because of the similarity of the thrusting action to violent kicks.
Dude, I'm so dyin' to kick the cat tonight!
by laboo June 15, 2006

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