These funny illustrations will show you what owning a cat is like.
If you ever had a chance to have a feline friend you probably know how great cats are.
Some people will even say that you don’t own a cat, the cat owns you. This is true because all cats have a strong and independent spirit.
You can’t really walk a cat on a leash, I mean you can try, but as a former cat owner, I don’t recommend it.
The best you can do is to try to make your cat happy, by giving it the attention he or she deserves.
Cats are awesome companions who will be there for you in the times of hardship and they will always find a way to cheer you up. They are excellent at chewing cables, for example, which is a great amusement after a sleepless night you had because your cat had some urging business with a bag in the kitchen.
Yes, I know that this is probably not the best argumentation for owning a cat, but all the mischievous thing cats do, only contribute to their charm
The Russian artist Landysh Akhmetzyanova has perfectly captured the charm of cats in her book of illustrations called ’21 Benefits of having a cat’.
In her own words, Ladysh is: ‘ Trained as a Linguist. Worked as a Translator. Dreamt as an Illustrator’. Her illustrations are becoming increasingly popular due to its wittiness and uniqueness. They tell, in a humorous way, the truths of everyday life with cats.
These charming creatures will make your day more interesting and they will give you something to look forward to at the end of the day. If you like Landysh’s illustrations you can purchase her book at lingvistov.com. She says that:
It’s perfect for children, cat lovers, cat-curious and that one friend who you know hates cats but who you’re sure can be converted to cataism.
Make sure to check for updates on her Facebook page.
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