If you've ever owned a cat, you know some of them shed like they're Rapunzel wanting you to braid an escape rope. Really, cats, it's fine. You can keep that fur on your body, and we'll use the stairs.
Japanese photographer Ryo Yamazaki collects the hair shed by his three Scottish fold cats and makes it into, uh, hats. Cat hats. Then he rounds up his cats, which according to Bored Panda are named Nyaa, Mar and Wheat, and makes them wear the caps. Then he ups the humiliation by sharing photos of the done-up kitties on Instagram.
They look about as thrilled as you'd think.
In one particular cat with its cat-hair hat, Yamazaki spotted a resemblance to a certain American president-elect, kinda like this pheasant now making headlines in China.
「俺の時代が来たぜ？」😼✨ 我が家の大統領に就任したドニャルドトランプ氏。 これからは1日3食に加え食後のオヤツはモンプチを要求しており、ダイエット中かつちゅ〜る派の兄貴達から早くも反発の声があがっている💥 #ドニャルドトランプ #我が家の暴走王 #抜け毛サロン #抜け毛貯金 Nobody makes use of boxes better than me👍🏻 I will build a great wall of boxes in my room, and I will make my owner pay for that wall. 😼📦 #trumpyourcat #cat #scottishfold #neko #catstagram #catsofinstagram #catlover #instacat #gato #chat #猫 #ねこ #ネコ #ふわもこ部 #もふもふ #スコティッシュフォールド #茶トラ
He even gives the cat a presidential-sounding quote in the caption.
"Nobody makes use of boxes better than me," he writes. "I will build a great wall of boxes in my room, and I will make my owner pay for that wall."
Hey, the Cat in the Hat did run for president, but somehow we don't think this is what he had in mind.
(Via Bored Panda)