A Cat Decided To Photobomb The World’s Greatest Art... Because Nothing’s Sacred.
Cats and I see eye to eye. We like our space, do as we please, and sleep fifteen hours a day! Sometimes more. We never want attention when given it, but expect it the moment you turn. We’ve survived great falls in life – some cats have survived 32-story falls and I’ve survived heartbreak (feels the same). We are also sneaky, but I must admit that cats are on a whole ‘nother level of mastery. One minute, they're on your laptop distracting you from your work (or from looking at photos of other cats) and the next, they're in a basket in the basement closet, planning their next big hunt. You just never really know, but you trust them. Why? Because, well, cats.
But this time they've really done it! They've snuck into some of the world's most famous paintings and are stealing all the thunder.
Check out these sneaky felines strike a pose. It's like AP Art History, but better!
The Creation of Adam – Michelangelo
The Milkmaid – Johannes Vermeer
American Gothic – Grant Wood
The Death of Marat – Jacques-Louis David
The Last Supper – Leonardo da Vinci
Mars and Venus – Sandro Botticelli
Napoleon Crossing the Alps – Jacques-Louis David
Mona Lisa – Leonardo da Vinci
Source: Bored Panda