Just when we thought cats couldn’t be more adorable, this photographer and cat lover comes up with a unique idea to sweeten up our felines’ look.
If you have ever thought your feline friends would stop their cuteness at any limits, the furry friends show up with hats that are made from their own hair.
The mastermind behind this creative and ingenious invention is called Ryo Yamazaki, a Japanese photographer.
This idea is applied to his three Scottish fold cats, an 8 years old Nyaa (tabby), a six years old Mar (white) and a 1-year-old Wheat (brown tiger).
And these stylish hats make these feline friends look absolutely hilarious and delightful at the same time.
Just like most dogs, cats shed their fur as well. And this is just normal. Shedding is a natural process in cats’ lives, and there’s nothing you can do to stop it.
Cat usually start shedding in the early spring (when warmer weather comes) as they lose their thick winter undercoat to keep them cool during summer.
Shedding, though, should cease in the fall as the cats grow a new coating to keep them warm throughout the winter season.
However, there’re some particular breeds of cats that shed fur all year round. Such breeds include Siberian cats, Russian Blue cats, American Bobtail cats, Maine Coon cats, and other long-furred feline breeds.
And most cat owners would simply throw away the falling fur. But for this Japanese photographer, he decided to make adorable cat hair hats out of the fur his cats shed.
Yamazaki came up with an idea so brilliant and modish that drove all cat lovers online into a frenzy. Out of the cats’ shedding fur, he crafts odd-looking yet fashionable cat hats in a variety of sizes and shapes.
From simple flat beret caps to more fanciful conical crowns that resemble witch hats, these cat hair hats made the kitties even cuter.
Cats usually don’t like it when you dress them up or cover their heads. But in this case, the cat hair hats are derived from their own hair.
So, these items aren’t foreign to them as they were previously parts of them. As you can all see from the pictures below, the cats really didn’t mind wearing the hats.
Though we aren’t sure whether they’re happy with it or not, we’re quite sure they don’t hate it.
And of course, Yamazaki wouldn’t let this cuteness go to waste without sharing it with the whole world.
You can follow him on Instagram, to find all the photos of his adorable feline friends wearing different fantastic hats.