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10 famous paintings photobombed by a fat orange cat

One of our top trending blogs of ALL TIME on the Ruby Lane blog was this blog which featured a fat orange cat superimposed on famous paintings. This proved that our readers enjoy three things for sure: famous paintings, fat orange cats, and a great laugh. We have rounded up 10 more of our favorite paintings and the only problem is that once you see them, you can’t UN-see them. We kid, we kid. They are hysterical and in a way, we learn about famous paintings because if you haven’t seen these paintings before, you will remember them now as ‘Grreat worrks, grreat arrtists. RReal aRRt.’ About the artist:

Russian artist, Svetlana Petrova‘s mother passed away, leaving behind her beloved orange cat, Zarathustra. Svetlana took in her mother’s portly feline companion, and as she worked through her loss and grief, she began inserting Zarathustra into classical paintings. The cat enjoys her job saying, “Our name is Zarathustra. We are a cat. According to our assistant (named by ignoramuses as our “owner”), we are the best cat in the world.”

Here is round two of our top ten favorite classical paintings that have been photobombed by a really fat orange cat.

Vincent Van Gogh, Cats in almond blossoms

Vincent Van Gogh, Cats in almond blossoms

Frida Kahlo, Two Fridas and One Cat

Frida Kahlo, Two Fridas and One Cat

Edvard Munch, The Scream, or The Cream of the Scream

Edvard Munch, The Scream, or The Cream of the Scream

James Jacques Joseph Tissot, The Wives of the Artist-Cat

James Jacques Joseph Tissot, The Wives of the Artist-Cat

Jean-Franсois Millet, The Gleaners, or Cute Overload of Overlords

Jean-Franсois Millet, The Gleaners, or Cute Overload of Overlords

Pablo Picatso, Le Chat et Les Demoiselles d’Avignon

Pablo Picatso, Le Chat et Les Demoiselles d’Avignon

Edward Hopper - Ginger Morning Sun

Edward Hopper – Ginger Morning Sun

Vincent van Gogh, Irises and the Cat

Vincent van Gogh, Irises and the Cat

Ivan Argunov, Portrait of an Unknown Woman in Russian Costume and a Well Known Cat in a Vet Collar, 1784

Ivan Argunov, Portrait of an Unknown Woman in Russian Costume and a Well Known Cat in a Vet Collar, 1784

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