Have you seen these photos of "Painted Cats"
Perhaps you've heard that people are
spending thousands upon thousands
of dollars a year to have their cats
painted, not to mention the
touch ups every couple of months when the
cats hair grows out.
Can you believe people would do this?
Do Not Try This At Home
Painting a cat or any other animal is
dangerous and abusive.
Well, if you said "No . . . you can't
believe this" . . . then you are right !
First and foremost, what cat will sit still
long enough for a professional artist
to do this? If your a cat
owner, then you know most will not.
Cats are just
like people . . . . they have a mind of
their own and will do as they please.
And secondly, the concern would be the
paint. Cats are constant groomers.
What happens when they lick their fur?
Even so called harmless dyes can be toxic to
a cat !
Therefore, I decided to do some searching on
the internet to see if these
cats were actually painted or a spoof.
I'm happy to report that there is no cause
for anger or alarm.
Though the cats are real, the paint jobs are
The only painting done here was on a
computer screen using
This was an extremely unique idea put
together by a writer and an artist.
And it was put together strictly for
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