There’s nothing quite so beautiful and heartwarming as family portraits, especially when they include pets. I can't think of a better way to capture the love and affection between cat and owner than a photo of the two of you floating together amidst a backdrop of space and time. Also, your cat’s disembodied head is ghosted into the stars behind you, wide, vacuous eyes staring into the middle distance.
To be fair, it could be said that the bond between a cat and its owner is one that burns with a white-hot intensity stronger than a thousand suns. These space scenes straight out of the '90s are close enough, I guess.
Welcome to the V O I D. We've got matching sweaters!
Poor Mr. Mittens: all he wants to do is catch the tail of that rat hiding in his owner's hair.
Getting a clowder of cats to sit still enough for a glamor shot is harder than, well, herding cats.
The only thing harder than trying to herd cats is trying to herd cats while simultaneously balancing a rabbit on your shoulder (and attempting to successfully pull off a mullet).
"Are you sure this is the picture you want to use for the Christmas card?" "I don't know. Let me mullet over."
If this isn't Photoshopped, this lady has mad skills for getting six cats to sit still for a picture. Props!
I ... Is this even legal?
When you want your cat to remember ... Remember who you are.
Okay, I don't really have a joke for this one.
How to make a statement in your senior yearbook photo:
1. Add cat.
2. Really Cool Lasers.
It turns out pet family portraits were popular way before the Internet or even photography. #vintage #stillcreepytho
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