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Japanese Artist’s Felt Wool Cats Keenly Popping Their Heads Out of the Frame

“I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior.” – Hippolyte Taine

If you are a cat-owner, there’s a big chance your camera roll is already full of photos of your adorable furry feline. A cat-lover can not possibly banish these cutesy, kind, and loyal friends, who give us just enough of their love and affection to make us crave for more. Cats are also famous for their curiosity, it may not always kill the cat, but it can certainly “frame” it. This seems to be the mantra of a Japanese artist Fujita Satomi, who creates felt wool cat frames where cats are immortalized with their head vividly popping out of the frame. In a way, we can eventually see what the base of the box sees when cats stick their head in it.

Listed in this post are some photos showing Fujita’s most exceptional work. Scroll on and see them for yourself, peeps. Don’t forget to share these photos with all your friends who are cat enthusiasts. 

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