By Lisa Katayama at 10:28 am Tue, Mar 9, 2010
For some reason this image reminds of the horned grandmother posted above.
Yeah, seriously – I thought it was a follow up article. Also @comment #1, I am still giggling. Thanks.
If I tried that with my Bengals, they’d rip it to pieces. Then they’d kill me in my sleep.
I dressed my cat, Blue, up as a chicken for Halloween once. (I was a farmer.)
I think he still resents me.
Is that a “sphinx”? Looks like it has some fur, though.
Try this with most cats and suffer the consequences.
The fact that cats usually don’t stand for this kind of cutesy BS is proof enough in my mind that they are more intelligent than dogs, who allow themselves to get dolled up in clothes like ballerinas and sailors by their obsessed owners.
My husband says it looks like a rhinoceros eating a cat… yeah, it does a bit.
That’s not Ripley, right? *squint* Nah. Some other sphynx.
How to suffocate mysteriously in your sleep.
Next week: making your shark look like a cat
Check out the expression on that cat’s face. It’s clearly plotting revenge.
How to make your cat look like an alien:
Step 1. Get a cat that looks like an alien.
Step 2 (optional). Put weird clothes on it.
Looks more like how to make your cat look like an elderly Chinese woman with a cutaneous horn thingy!
Don’t think my Rex would suffer this.
I thought that hairless cats liked sweaters.
yea my cat has claws. i would pay dearly for trying to stuff her into this…
although it would be hilarious.
i think that cat has a lazy eye. lol.
I thought BB’s cat fetish had already jumped the shark.
i think i would rather jump in with the sharks than that kitty. she (or he) looks mighty mighty mighty pissed (as i would be too)
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