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It appears no character is off-limits for Seattle cat craftsman Freyu, who dresses felines in intricate film, comic, video game and anime costumes for cats. This "Back to the Future Marty McFly" cat is no chicken.

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You're a kitty, Harry Potter! Freyu (what he likes to be called) has created dozens of homemade cat costumes, worth hundreds of dollars, which he custom builds on a regular basis, some taking up to 35 hours to complete.

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Yes, that is a cat dressed as Ruby Rod from "The Fifth Element," and yes, that IS a tiny microphone earpiece, and YES, the sceptre DOES match the whole outfit.

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It's a little-known fact, but both Batman and Doc Brown are dignified cats of science. Think about it.


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The best part is Freyu probably didn't have to do any work on the ears for this Star Trek Spock ensemble.


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This cat is fully prepared for the wilds of the Fallout wasteland.

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Rey from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is looking way too adorable to ever go to the dark side.


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It is vital that you tag your friends in this image as whichever cosplay cat you think best captures their unique personality. The Internet must know.


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The best Deadpool cosplay, cat or no cat. Freyu warns against anyone trying to fit a furball with a costume unless the cat in question has been trained. Otherwise, the costumer might suffer the wrath of an upset kitty.


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