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The cat version of Far Cry 3‘s Vaas looks even scarier, and possibly more insane. It’s the fault of Russian photographer and artist Nikol Lisova who posed her cat, Masaya, along with some poor stuffed animal buried up to its neck. Yup, with that mohawk and the gleam in its eye, the cat is definitely scarier than Vaas.
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I wasn’t going to do it. I tried to think of anything else I could say in regard to this llama dressed up as Batman and being led around by Catwoman, but I couldn’t think of anything else, so I gotta do it…
YOUR ARGUMENT IS INVALID!
Have a great Saturday and I expect more pictures of animals dressed as superheroes in my inbox by Monday.
Putting costumes on dogs is one thing but shaving their fur and sculpting and dying it? That’s something else altogether. It’s a competitive industry though, and groomers compete for prizes at several events. At Intergroom 2014 in New Jersey, one groomer went completely crazy and made the neon-colored “Super Nintendog.”
The canine is one part Bowser, one part Mario, and has other small touches from the Super Mario games. The amount of detail included on one dog is kinda crazy. I don’t even know how to process what I’m seeing.
Photos by Macey J. Foronda, BuzzFeed.
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There’s an easy way to play Pokémon that most of us probably aren’t considering: you can collect them all by dressing your pets up as the pocket monsters. It’s the most fun loophole ever!
DeviantArt user leafeon-ex decked his dog out in a full Umbreon costume, and she looks like she belongs in the game! The creepy red eyes means I’d be completely freaked out if I saw this dog walking down the street, but once I got close enough, the cute factor would win me over. This canine is clearly a good sport.
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Pets may not like being put in costumes, but I’ll never get tired of looking at them in cute outfits. Instagram user Mayama_ya must agree because she’s made a pile of Sailor Moon costumes for a herd of chihuahuas. She used a soft knit fabric like a t-shirt to craft the costumes, so at least they’re soft and probably warm. These little furry pups look adorable in their Sailor Scout duds, and I have no doubt they’re capable of defending any kingdom they wish.
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