23 Cats That Want to Rule the Universe
Hairless cats, as their devoted humans will tell you, are incredible companions. Intelligent, social and surprisingly cuddly, what these fine felines lack in fur they more than make up for in charm. That said, we have to admit that they can look a bit intimidating at times. With side-eye aplenty and zero tolerance for bald jokes, these guys give Mr. Bigglesworth a run for his money.
Sterling finds your Yoda comparisons trite.
You’ve never been glared at until you’ve been glared at by a Sphynx in a sweater.
This is Leonardo, King of the Internet Cats. Cheers to you, little buddy.
Tired of being ignored for the Xbox, Luna took matters into her own formidable paws.
Be gone with you—Beetlejuice needs quiet while perfecting his plans for world domination.
Why don’t you tell us how you really feel, Percy?
Hugo isn’t a morning cat. Not even a little bit.
Guess who calls the shots in this relationship?
Stitch has side-eye on speed dial.
That #fail of a moment when you realize it’s Friday morning, not Saturday.
Edith would not be ignored. Not for Orange is the New Black, not for anything.
Every once in awhile the innocent head tilt doesn’t look so innocent.
Ask Prunella how old she is at your own risk.
For the record, yes, Harry and Lola are totally judging you.
Don’t take this the wrong way, Peaches, but we’re going to slowly back away.
Paris ordered club soda, not seltzer—and yes, she would like to see a manager.
“It’s what time?! On Caturday?! You will pay for this, human. You will pay.”
From a young age, Uva got right to the point.
Sorry, human—it looks like you’re sleeping on the couch tonight.
With Lily waiting by the door, a security system isn’t necessary.
Tobin would like a quick word with whoever thought madras worked past Labor Day.
Is Bug excited for her new ride? Or to take over the world, one seemingly innocent suburban stroll at a time? Only time will tell.
Olive takes great pride in her masterful Resting Sphynx Face.
Monica Weymouth is a writer, editor and certified Weird Animal Lady. She lives in Philadelphia with her two rescued Shih Tzus.