Why Would Anyone Paint Their Cat?
I was told today about a bizarre trend where people get their pet cats painted, often costing up to $15,000 each time, and needing to be repeated every three months as the cat's hair grows out.
The pictures that I was shown to go along with this information were both brilliant and weird. I have decided to post a load of these pictures here so that you can see for yourselves just how strange a painted cat can look and let me know if you think this is right or wrong or just plain funny.
I have to admit some of the artwork used to decorate these poor cats is very clever, but not one of them looks too happy about the situation, (apart from the one with a painted smile on it's face lower down). Somehow I can't imagine ever doing this to my cats, or paying a total of around $60,000 per year to keep it 'topped up'.
I feel truly sorry for the cat in the picture above as it looks like it wants to throw itself into the pool to end it's own humiliation.
Then there is the next picture but one down, where the unfortunate creature has had it's butt painted, how totally embarrassing for a cat is that???
The next three pictures illustrate how pets really can end up looking like their owners, although not necessarily by choice.
The following two pictures are cats also looking like their owners, no doubt against their wishes as their owners have truly 'lost the plot'.
The third picture makes the sad little pussy have to smile much like the 'Joker' in Batman, and looked pleased at it's appearance even if it hates it.
The fourth picture I kind of like, simple but effective and great for Halloween.
The first picture below looks like the cat has a nasty disease.
The second picture has got to the most humiliating of all for any cat.
The third picture, OMG the aliens have landed, get out that a**l protector such as the egg slicer or cheese grater!!!