It’s one of Dr. Seuss’s most popular character. It may just supplant Sam, The Grinch, and of course, Horton. Ask any little kid and they will tell you – The Cat In the Hat is where it’s at. From his original storybook adventures to the different versions that came with a hit Broadway show and a PBS series, that frisky feline is a staple of the nursery since it was first published back in 1957. Of course, he’s an anthropomorphic version of a four-footed friend, and his attitude is a bit anarchic, but for the most part, he’s the only animal who is known for his unique head wear.
Until now…say Hello to a whole new selection of cats in hats. In this case, Japanese photographer Ryo Yamazaki decided to collect all the hair his three furry BFFs shed and turned it into a fashion statement. A few clicks of the camera and – BOOM! – we have a gallery of goofy pets who are killin’ it with their wonderful whiskered ways. Of course, the hats are not 100% couture. Indeed, there’s a couple that may remind you of a certain Leader of the Free World. Still, cats in hats rule. Seuss knew it. Now you know it too.
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