Cats Wearing Cute Hats Knitted From Their OWN Fur.
Cat owners have to deal with their pets shedding their hair all-year-round. During the colder months, felines grow their coat heavy to keep warm but will shed it by the spring. Cats will shed the hair as well as groom themselves until they cough up big fur balls that look like tubes of hair.
This means humans need to be diligent about sweeping and vacuuming the floors, couches, and any other area of the house their pet likes to hangout in. Most find the idea of shed and regurgitated hair as stomach-churning enough.
But there is always one cat person who finds this behaviour completely natural and endearing. Japanese photographer Ryo Yamazaki has three cats, which means he has plenty of shedding happening in his home. Rather, than get frustrated at the constant clean-up, he lets his inner artist shine through.
#1. The Scottish Folds are Nya who is eight years old, Maru who is six, and Mugi, a one-year-old.
#2. Their human Yamazaki collects the hair the felines shed and makes them in to adorable hats.
#3. Yamazaki shares his artistic creations on his Instagram account.
#4. Some are long and tall cone shape while others are inspired by the Viking helmets.
#5. The shutterbug also has an instructional video on his Instagram account on how to make the perfect, round, fur ball.
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