Cats have always been our true overlords.
You can say that someday cats will own us all but in my opinion, it already happened ages ago. I mean, cats always walk into someone’s home and declare that this is their space and there is nothing we can do about it. When a cat gets on your lap, you cannot move even if you need to go to the toilet. There are a lot more examples of similar behavior that might explain why cats have always been like this. Even if you go centuries back, you will see cats being worshipped.
I am sure I don’t need to mention how Egyptians worshipped cats or how many emperors and poets wrote specifically about their cats. This has always been the norm and the only thing we can do is accept it and let our true Emporers rule over us with their m*rder claws. If you haven’t already guessed what today’s article is about from the title, we are going to focus on some old paintings where people are depicted feeding their kitties with a spoon.
I don’t know why this is happening. And why so many artists decided to paint this but we as a society have always been obsessed with cats so this is nothing surprising. Just scroll below to take a look and all the credit goes to a Twitter user by the name of Cats of Yore who unearthed this weird phenomenon.
#1 The cat just looks confused even in this painting.
#2 What is up with that collar? My cat doesn’t even want to wear a string.
#3 I do adore cats but what is up with that face?
#4 The kitten looks gorgeous but I am not so sure about the young boy.
#5 I wonder if everyone with a cat fed them with a spoon.
#6 This cat just looks done with it all.
#7 Is it just me or does this remind anyone of ‘aesthetic’ Instagram pictures these days?
#8 Is that a cat or a particularly big mouse?
This needs to come back. We all need to swaddle our cats and make them into purrito. Then we need to feed them their food with a spoon. I know I am going to try this right after I am finished looking at a few more cat pictures on the Internet.
#9 The cat is not sure about the food given to him.
#10 I love how all of the cats are swaddled like babies as well.
#11 This is especially relatable for anyone with a cat.
#12 Did cats not eat from bowls in the olden days?
#13 Now this is my kind of carnival.
Did you know about these paintings? Or have you seen these for the first time? I personally never knew these existed so I am excited to delve even more when it comes to History and cats now. If you know even more historical facts relating to cats, do let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to share this thread with your friends so they can join in the discussion as well.