Ukranian artist Yuliya Kosata makes felt dwellings for cats that look like something out of Dr. Seuss.
I enjoyed reading her description in my bad attempt at a Ukranian accent:
Absolutely unique looking like somethng from fary tale or gnoms house cat cave made from soft spring green colors with darker green and yeallow. Cutest house for your beloved pet will decorate any corner of your place.
I wonder if any self-respecting cat would make quick work of this felt masterpiece? It would be worth it to find out as long as you got a couple of good photos first.
• Feltfied (via Etsy)
A cat stole the show at the recent Esmod International Fashion Show in Istanbul, Turkey by preening itself, playfully attacking models, and actually walking the catwalk.
Can’t stop scrolling though.
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