Fabulously Fat 16th Century Cats

As you’ll quickly see from perusing her masterpieces below, Zarathustra’s method is a revolutionary one. After gathering a collection of what she considered “sub-par ” by Renaissance losers such as da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael, the Zarathustra transformed the by employing the innovative technique of inserting fat in 16th century art.

Prepare yourself to behold the most revolutionary thing that’s happened to the art world since Andy Warhol got a cold and bought a can of Campbell’s soup.

“Dang. Flea Season’s a B*tch this Year.”

“I’ll Take This Massive Meat. You Guys Can Have My Grape Stems.”

“What Can I Say? Ladiez Love the Fur.”

Playtime Kitty Does Not Distinguish Between Twine and Ship Rigging

Babel Kitty Prepares to Scramble Your Languages

Springtime Kitty is Feeling Extra Frisky

Windblown Kitty Demands to be Draped in His Robe

Bacchus Kitty Weighs the Benefits of Catnip vs. Wine

“Hey Bro, Can You Pass Me Up Another Beer? Thx.”

“Omg What Happened to Your Fur?”

“Sigh. This is Why I Hate Mondays.”

The Reason for Mona’s Mysterious Smile Revealed

Idol Cat Says to Hate the Game, Not the Player

Cat Cat-ula Digs Your Floppy Hat, Bro

It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere Kitty Gets His Groove On

Guardian Angel Kitty Wonders if You’re Going to Finish that Bologna Sandwich?

“Be Sure to Get Me From My Sexy Side”

“Whachu Lookin’ at, Dude?”

“Don’t Hate Me Cuz I’m Beautiful”

“And On the Only Day that Mattered, God Created the Kitteh…”

“Paint Us Like Some of Ur French Girls”

“Dum Da Dum Da Dum Dum”

“My God… Who is that Sexy Beast?”

“K, Now Move B*tch. My Turn Again.”

“Bring Forth the Raw Foods on Toothpicks!”

“Shhh, Whisper. The Organist is a Total Gossip”

Gangsta Kitty Gets Down with His Bad Self

Family Time Kitty Humors the Ugly Hairless Kittens