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Want to make your cat the most feared and respected feline in the neighborhood? Then it’s time to suit up. Etsy seller schnabuble makes Cat Battle Armor, and the only word to describe it is “epic”. The leather armor is based on a harness so as long as your cat is used to one of those, you can make the switch to armor in no time.

The armor is the real deal; it’s not just made for looks. It comes with articulated plates, the scales all fit together seamlessly, and the leather is thick. My only concern is that putting it on one of my cats would encourage them to maul me.

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You’ve heard of cat eye makeup, but have you seen a literal interpretation of that? Makeup artist Tal Peleg came up with the look that features a ball of yarn, and it would be freaking perfect for Halloween. She’s created a variety of vivid looks featuring Heisenberg from Breaking Bad, Snow White, The Ugly Ducking, and so many more. I can’t imagine how to apply eye makeup like this without ending up looking like a drunk clown. Peleg’s work is simply stunning.

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cat vader t-shirt

The idea of cats wielding the Force is terrifying. Their moods change faster than Darth Vader’s, and they wouldn’t hesitate to take you out of the picture if you pet them the wrong way or don’t change their water enough. This shirt makes the idea look absolutely adorable though! Each one is made to order.

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This kitten is Sir Stuffington. He was attacked by a racoon as a baby and lost an eye and a tooth in the struggle. He and his brothers have recently been adopted and now Sir Stuffington likes to dress up like a pirate because he knows no one will deny him cat treats when he’s this darn cute. His owner’s even started a facebook page and is selling prints of Sir Stuffington to raise money for their local animal shelter to help him and other animals in need.

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What’s that? Someone needs Force-clawed? Kitty Vader doesn’t care. Kitty Vader is comfortable in his meditation chamber and doesn’t want to be disturbed. I mean, seriously, could you imagine a cat with the power of Darth Vader? Sure it looks cute in the outfit but as soon as you turn your back, you’ll be sliced and diced and wishing you were on Alderaan when it was attacked.

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Totoro cat

Do you own a gray cat? If so, you are one step closer to having a cat who looks like Totoro. Twitter user Bump_Take simply cut out eyes, a nose, and a tummy piece from paper and put it on the back of a resting kitty. Tada! Instant, adorable Totoro!

(bump_take via Kotaku)

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Grumpy cat is very grumpy, but way cuter as this handmade scarf by Etsy seller planetgoboom. He’s an accordion style scarf made with felt applique and measures about 55″ long and 4″ wide. The fact that he looks to be strangling a mannequin in one picture shouldn’t worry you at all.

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Remember the last time you took your cat to the vet? Your cat was probably uncomfortable and ticked. Spyke understands your cat’s pain. She had to wear (suffer) an inflatable unicorn horn for a photoshoot.

Though she looks grumpy at first, she eventually walks around like the horn doesn’t bother her at all. She embraces her inner unicorn, just like she did in this Christmas card image with her owner.

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You think this cat looks unhappy but really, it’s thrilled to be dressed like an Ewok and hasn’t figured out the proper way to express the overwhelming feelings of joy yet. Just kidding. That cat is totally going to claw out eyeballs when its human falls asleep.

Instructables user Carlson Bryant has laid out a step by step tutorial for creating Ewok cat hats just in case you’d like to show your furry felines the same amount of love. You don’t need tons of supplies – just leather, twine, leather cord, scissors, and a leather punch. He shows you what the pattern pieces look like and how to lace them together. Kitties don’t have a choice about wearing it because they can’t untie the laces. Ha!

I know it seems cruel, but do you see how cute it could be? I think it’s completely worth having your cat hate you for a day. If you own multiple kitties, you should make each of them a hat.  You could have an army large enough to take down the Empire!

(via Instructables)