Cats dressed as videogame characters!
NEWS | Stephanie | Industry | April 7, 2014
Last night, while trying to discreetly tiptoe into the house when returning from work, I injured the cat’s dignity and also body by treading on her when she came to say hello to me. I am not genetically blessed with night vision; and I tried to explain this to her but she didn’t want to know.
It’s now almost a day later and she is still being very iffy towards me, despite the fact that I have tried the whole “leave her wanting” thing and begged and pleaded for forgiveness. I have even attempted bribery in the form of food, but still no deal.
For this reason, I wreak my revenge in a passive-aggressive fashion by posting many photos of her kin, the feline species, humiliatingly attired in adorable weeny little costumes that make them look like videogame characters.
To be fair, this first little number isn’t so much embarrassing as awesome. Watching kitty teleport from World 1-1 to World 1-2 looks like ever so much fun.
It’s small, it’s furry, and it’s dressed as a frog. I don’t care where this actually comes from, but it needs to be included. It’s a fact, it’s like science.
This cate is ready for some princess-saving action. Pwning Koopas like a bawla.
OMG IT’S LIKE HE JUST STEPPED OUT OF BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM GOTY EDITION (specifically the one I happen to own)!!!!1!1!111
If you have ever played any of the Pokemon games, you will understand why you need this because of reasons.
It’s just like I’m playing Spider-Man on the PlayStation 2 all over again. In fact, I think that the quality of the plot might have been heightened with the addition of this little character.
The cutest Link you ever did see.
Princess Peach never had this much fur.
Portal, with cats. I fail to see how anyone could lose in this situation.
Teeny-weeny furry Storm Troopers like this one would have made Lego Star Wars even more adorable.
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