A large, roughneck cat grabs for the fish in The Cook and the Cat, by Theodule Augustine Ribot, 19th century French painter. That cat is clearly a ruffian and even the cook won’t mess with it.

A large, roughneck cat grabs for the fish in The Cook and the Cat, by Theodule Augustine Ribot, 19th century French painter. That cat is clearly a ruffian and even the cook won’t mess with it.

This cat has no idea how to handle a flower being placed on his head, and promptly malfunctions.

This cat completely shuts down when a flower is placed on his head

This cat has no idea how to handle a flower being placed on his head, and promptly malfunctions.

2013 Project Bay Cat Yearbook

2013 Project Bay Cat Yearbook

Arthur Rackham, "By day she made herself into a cat," 1920  This malevolent “she” is a shape-shifting witch who turns virgins into birds and cages them. Rackham’s illustration for “Jorinde and Joringel” in Hansel and Gretel and Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm demonstrates his brilliant use of anthropomorphism to capture pathological states of mind.

Arthur Rackham, "By day she made herself into a cat," 1920 This malevolent “she” is a shape-shifting witch who turns virgins into birds and cages them. Rackham’s illustration for “Jorinde and Joringel” in Hansel and Gretel and Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm demonstrates his brilliant use of anthropomorphism to capture pathological states of mind.

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