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Artist KittyCassandra has recreated the casts of some of your favorite shows and movies as little costumed cats. There’s Game of Thrones, Mad Max: Fury Road, and even Parks and Recreation. They’re all available as 9″ x 12″ prints that will add some feline fun to your decor.

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This tribute to Chain Chomp from Super Mario Bros. is the work of Catastrophicreations (who also make an awesome Indiana Jones cat bridge). While Chain Chomp is a cat bed, the box he’s attached to is for storage.

The whole piece (other then the wooden box) is made from hardened styrofoam, including the chain. It’s a multiple of layers of Epoxy and another product with a cement texture used over the the Chomp’s body to make it look like metal. It’s body is matte, and the inside of the mouth, teeth and eyes are gloss to give them a wet look.

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The Avengers are cool, but they are definitely not as cute and huggable as their feline counterparts. These cats have assembled to save the world from Furrtron, who looks a lot like a gold cat statue, but he’s evil. He’s evil to the core and only this team of cat superheroes can save us!

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Who knew there were so many nerdy cats out there? First there was a landspeeder cat bed to keep cat Star Wars fans happy, and now there’s a Batman feeding bowl for cats who love the Caped Crusader. Like the landspeeder, this comes from Roxy’s Dream. It holds three bowls in a feeding station that looks like the Bat symbol. I don’t think Catwoman is going to approve.

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Freakin’ lucky cats! Last week it was a Hobbit hole litter box and now there’s this.

This Star Wars landspeeder cat bed is the work of Roxy’s Dream who makes all sorts of custom pet furniture. The lucky recipient of this cat bed was a cat named Padmé who was all settled in within 10 minutes of getting her new bed. You can see the build process over on the Roxy’s Dream Facebook page.

(Nerd Bastards via Neatorama)

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Yes, this beautiful recreation of a Hobbit hole from Lord of the Rings hides a litter box for a very lucky cat. It was created by the Hollywood prop builders at Super-Fan Builds for a guy who is a huge Tolkien fan. Everything on it is perfectly cat-safe and there’s even an Eye of Sauron scratching post so your cat can scratch his all-seeing eye out and save the day.

Clearly, the Fellowship didn’t consider using giant cats. It would have saved them a lot of trouble.

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Yesterday was National Cat Day (yeah, apparently it’s a thing), and Marvel showed their love for felines everywhere by sharing some delightful superheroes-as-cats art. The style of the illustrations by Jenny Parks is similar to the Doctor Mew portraits she did earlier this year. They feature Thor, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Iron Man.

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Mario Piranha Plant Cat

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If you have a cat that likes romping around the house or sleeping in unusual places, then you might need this Indiana Jones-inspired cat bridge. Made by Etsy seller Catastrophi Creations, the adventurous bridge is made from solid pine and the ends are reinforced with metal brackets. You can order a custom length, and then hang the rope bridge in a doorway and watch your cats run across it (and maybe even sleep on it). Bonus points if you make a tiny brown fedora for your kitty.

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Cats deserve the best, and sometimes the best means giving them a fandom themed scratching post. If Industries has come up with some concepts that are purrfect, and it’s not surprising since they’re the folks who came up with the Bag End litter box idea. Their latest designs include a Catari, a scratching post that looks like an Atari joystick, and Ninelives, a scratcher that resembles a retro Nintendo controller.

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