This Japanese Artist Imagined What Cats Would Look Like As Anime Girls – Design You Trust

This Japanese Artist Imagined What Cats Would Look Like As Anime Girls

Japanese artist known as DHK recreated funny cat pictures in an anime style, turning the kittens into girls. The recreations are cute and professional. The artist manages to keep the resemblance to the original picture while creating stylish and beautiful characters that will probably make you wonder how your pets would look as humans.

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