Jeremy knew it was a bad idea as he threw the cat. Nothing good comes from throwing cats he thought to himself, but of course it had, at one point, seemed like a great idea.
His train of thought had been a pretty solid one up until the point Jeremy had decided to actually go through with his plan. He was correct in the fact that yes, it would be very funny to throw a cat at your enemy, say for example Gary from across the road. And he was also correct in thinking that the cat would be most displeased and would probably take out his frustration on Gary’s big stupid face.
What Jeremy had neglected to take into consideration though was the consequences. This in Jeremy’s defence is a far too regular flaw with Human Beings.