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Tiny Paper Hats Are The Next Big Thing In Cat Fashion

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I don't know what you're dressing your cat with, but tiny paper hats are so in this season. You want your cat to be fashionable, right?


Adam Ellis, author of The Blunder Years, knows what's up—that's why he's fitting his three-legged adopted kitten with them.

"A few weeks ago I got a second kitten. His name is Maxwell, and he's only got three legs. They don't know how he lost his arm, but I assume it was a shark attack, like that surfing girl in Hawaii," Ellis jokes on his blog.


"I've been making tiny hats for him out of construction paper, because I don't know what else to do with all this damn construction paper," he writes.

And boy, are these hats cute. Think they qualify as cat cosplay?

You can follow Ellis on Instagram here—that's where he uploads pictures like these, in case you want to keep up with further kitty hats!

(Via The Daily Dot)

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